Maris Effect uses makeup to create unique looks and characters on her models’ faces. With an interest in makeup from a young age, she set out to be one of the best SFX artists
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At some point in our lives, writing is required. In school essays, exams, ads, autobiographies, and job applications, writing is waiting at every junction. For
FROM COVERING “TRY ME” BY TEMS TO FINDING HER OWN VOICE, MELL BARON IS CHARGED AND READY FOR THE SPOTLIGHT
The first thing I find about Mell Baron when we join each other on a virtual call is that this creative powerhouse and fiery songstress
As I prepared for my interview with the renowned environmentalist and social entrepreneur, Yetunde Fadeyi, a name rapidly becoming recognized and mentioned in important rooms
Architectural photography is a skill meant for the elites. Let’s meet one of them
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”.
From Arezzo to Berlin. Let the story begin.
What was supposed to be an evening of catching the sunset, beer in hand, at the top of one of Berlin’s bunkers, was an introduction into the creative mind of Viola Schmitt.
In the past decade, African sounds and artistes have continued to see a steady rise in global appeal – whether in streams, air-plays, international endorsements
“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
We are used to seeing these forms of art but when I stumbled on Abinoro Akporode Collins on Instagram, I was very fascinated by his works. The fact that he makes
Charles’s biggest challenge is getting sponsors that will help him grow. Though he is currently working towards it and with time it will pay off.
Hanamel Onyxstone Kingston, is a writer, chef, and recipe seller. He is a Jamaican Nigerian and a graduate of English Studies at the University of
Imagine doing the things you love, infusing your career path and your passion so they become peas in a pod. Star Doc has successfully done
It all started with a viral music video – a cover of the track, Beautiful by Mali Music. The Port Harcourt based artist, August Chuks,
Confident, shameless, enough, and then some… This description best fits Michelle Oluwatomi Akanbi professionally known as TOME. The 23-year-old Nigerian-Canadian who grew up listening to
They say a picture tells a thousand words, which means photographers like Iyzpirations are tellers of billions of words as, with their clicks, pictures are
What connects a physics graduate with shoemaking? On another day, that could certainly be a good riddle. Kufre Jonah, a graduate of physics from the
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
Obinna Ochem is a genius fiction and satire writer who writes his heart out on topics he feels drawn to. Controversial and timely, Obinna is inserting himself into conversations that matter.
Multi-faceted creatives are the rave and there’ s no better representation of that group than today’s feature, Chima Okechukwu. His story is told in this feature.
Uche Chiekwe realised that the coronavirus pandemic was going to stay with us for quite a while in May 2020, in the thick of the
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.
The best time to be a creative in Nigeria is now. Even though there are so many hurdles in front of creatives – from government
Damilola Kusamotu is a fine-arts photographer, actress, business owner and costumier with big dreams and an amazing work ethic. Meet her in this feature.
John Nwokocha juggles being a medical student with being a sought-after visual artist. He tells his story in this feature.
During my growing up years, doctors confused me. They seemed so serious; as if they were incapable of anything remotely fun. I grew up thinking
Kelvin Nuel is a young music director with unique ideas for the Nigerian music video scene. He talks about his journey in this feature.
Slie is the man behind Meaches Photography, a Lagos-based photography outfit. He’s this week’s Talku Talku-endorsed high-flying photographer.