September 2,2018

Fragile Responsibility by Congolese Artist, Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga

Congolese artist, Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga, brings to the fore a deep and dark history of slavery with his Fragile Responsibility series. All his characters in each

August 25,2018

Descent by Ellsphee

All round South African artist, Sphelele Gumede a.k.a. Ellsphee, brings us this weirdly creative illustrations /52.177(Of 52.177). This series is a personal project for Ellsphee. They

August 20,2018

Hyperrealism with Silas Onoja

Recently, several Nigerian have been in the limelight for their hyperrealism paintings. These are painting that make you doubt whether what you see is a painting

August 17,2018

Fantastical African Portraits

Who wants an Instagram portrait?! Everyone should if Von.Hall is going to be creating it! This artist's style is so appealing because of the ephemeral nature

August 13,2018

Rays of Shattered Light

Nigerian unisex fashion brand, Sisiano, is unique for many things, one of which is the intricate drappings that characterise many of its pieces. Its SS18 collection

August 4,2018

The Diasporic Weaver

Adeyemi Adegbesan describes himself as a 'Diasporic Weaver', and you can see he's not lying with his intricate works. His creations are so distinctive that you'd

July 21,2018

Noncompliant

One of the best things about digital art is that it allows you go literally anywhere your imagination takes you. Kenyan artist Iwakoli shows us this

May 31,2018

Koktel – A Tale of Hyper-Masculinity By Zarita Zevallos

There has been a lot of talk, debate and research about hyper-masculinity, the exaggeratedly masculine roles and expectations that society expects men to conform to. Hyper-masculinity

May 26,2018

Hyperrealistic art by Chiamonwu Joy

Hyperrealistic art has undoubtedly taken the Nigerian art scene by storm and put it even more firmly on the global arena and in the media's eye.

May 17,2018

Ilda Baof’s Maasai Men

Illustrator, Ilda Baof, blesses us with this beautiful illustration of Maasai Men from Kenya. We are so pleased to see that African traditions are inspiring artists