Visual Magazine
Updated daily, VISUAL Magazine showcases a carefully curated selection of the most exciting and inspirational art, photography and film.

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Film

VS50 – Babawande Thomas

Babawande Thomas is a content creator and a producer and produces various types of content, from music videos to documentaries to corporate campaigns. He is

Art

A VISUAL Short – 'Anything will be beautiful'

If there is one thing I know, it’s the beauty I have found in the faces of the people I have come to see daily, strangers that walk pass me every day, little details I grasp from looking at them and smelling the air that follows them. These are the beautiful things of life.

#WeAreNigerianCreatives

VS50 – Santi

Santi is an alternative rapper/singer from Nigeria who combines a blend of different genres of music to produce his own personal unique style. He grew

#WeAreNigerianCreatives

VS50 – Baingor Joiner

Baingor Joiner is a self-named ‘creative consultant’ with truly diverse interests. He is a self-taught photographer and is well known for his sense of whimsy

Art

How to Quit Social Media

Unfortunately, social networking sites can be a waste of time if you don’t monitor how much time you spend on them. Millions of people spend

Photography

VS50 – Nadine Ijewere

In 2018, Nadine Ijewere became the 1st black woman to shoot a vogue cover. This tells us a great deal about how far she has

VS50

Ayanfe

Ayanfeoluwa Olarinde Olayemi is a Microbiology student at the University of Lagos and a self-taught artist interested in portraiture, abstract art, sculpture and photography. However,

Film

Abba Makama

Nigerian award winning filmmaker, painter, writer, director and producer Abba Makama knows how to tell a good story from behind the camera, from a canvas

VS50

Stephen Tayo

High fashion but from an African point of view. 24-year-old Photographer and Stylist Stephen Tayo celebrates the beauty in the everyday. He helps the viewer

VS50

Olaloye Bunmi

With a passion for Nigerians finding their voice and sharing their creativity, Nigerian artist Olaloye Bunmi took to Twitter in 2018 to create one of

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