Inspired by her family’s Tanzanian heritage Lynnie Zulu’s creations are bold, brilliant and vibrant – “brimming with bold, spontaneous brushstrokes and vibrant, tribal hues; the antithesis to a drab, celtic…..
Closes 18th January 2014 Cécile Fakhoury gallery – Abidjan in association with Magnin-A gallery Paris, presents recent works from the artistic scene of the Democratic Republic of Congo Kinshasa. Gathered…..
We previously featured the photography of Francesco Catalano on his journey through Tigray, Ethiopia. This time Catalano travels through Egypt capturing landscapes and people of Egypt. Check out the rest…..
Tilt-shift photography is a popular and creative way where the camera is manipulated to make real sized objects or landscapes appear miniature in scale. Photographer Konstantinos Pappas on a road trip through…..
Egyptian born, US-raised artist Sherin Guirguis’ geometrically patterned paintings and sculptures reflect the Mashrabiya. She talks to Nosmot Gbadamosi about using it as a way to examine the interplay between…..
Thousands of creatives around the world mourn and celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela. Hand of Africa Adrian Steirn James Abinibi Sindiso Nyoni Linsey Levendall Wessel Mathews Armando Mendoza Mpumi…..
From Johannesburg illustration studio Negritude Republic here is their latest project inspired by political activist Stephen Biko. Bikonscious Biko–Conscious Black–Conscious-Movement This Illustration explores the visionary of the 21th century Diverse…..
Beatrice Wanjiku is a visual artist from Kenya. She is one of Kenya’s most upcoming contemporary artist. Recognized for her emotional paintings her work is appreciated worldwide. The paintings challenge…..
Bio Robin Rhode (b. 1976, Cape Town, South Africa) was raised in Johannesburg and graduated from the South Africa School of Film, Television and Dramatic Arts, Johannesburg, in 2000. The Berlin-based…..