Encouraged by her aunt to explore her artistic talent, Chigozie Obi has never looked back.
With charcoal and graphite pencils on paper, Tobi Adebayo looks to use his craft to drive the “Art of Honesty”.
Samuel Ajobiewe’s whole life is a creative process, and his family plays an integral part in inspiring and influencing the outcome of his paintings. Ajobiewe
“No matter where we live, we are all fighting to survive at this moment and this segues into our commonalities as human beings and our basic needs”, she explained
Hutton Kilete, pseudonym, weirdnormal, a Port Harcourt-based painter, considers himself a mind-blowing artist. He believes that art is complex and if one could do any form of art
Eli the Great and Cvilizedvillagrr created the most iconic representation of 2020’s #EndSARS protests. I catch up with them to learn the story behind it.
John Nwokocha juggles being a medical student with being a sought-after visual artist. He tells his story in this feature.
Oyedokun Ezekiel Oluwatimilehin is the founder of Hayzay Draws Studio. As a Pen and Oil Artist, he has partaken in various high profile exhibitions both locally and internationally.
He has also worked with various institutions and organised seminars for Art lovers across the country over the years.
My environment inspires me every time. Seeing the daily activities of people in the society, the hustling and bustling, the good and the bad
If you’ve ever wondered who the creative mind is behind Talku Talku’s brilliant illustrations and designs, then you should read this.
I draw inspiration from the artists around me, they make me better and make me challenge myself to be better.
My style of art is mostly Afrofuturism, mixed with manga, mainstream comics and military sci-fi.
“My artwork represents Black Women living their best lives and their journey to discovering themselves”. Meet Renike, a Visual Artist and an Illustrator.
Becoming good at what I do is also a victory, I know I’m not the best yet, but I’m definitely working hard to become the best.
My favorite part of being an artist is that I am a self taught artist, I was not trained by anyone, it makes me create things without any rule or principle.
I see pictures of women and kids and all I want to do is depict them in a good light. Drawing women makes my art more compassionate and I believe that reflects who I am as a person.
My motivation is Pan Africanism, being someone who has a passion for speaking about the continent, my art had to speak for me. It’s just a different medium. Contemporary African art is a very diverse movement. I had to try and see how well and where I could fit in, it’s the art style of our time.
Sunflower is a work recreated from Alexandra Bochkareva.
Hello, Art Lovers!We have another creative in the house today and his name is Olawale Ololade Moshood. Olawale is popularly known as Ladetive. He’s based