Osaze Amadasun’s new playing cards are inspired by the ancient Benin Kingdom

If you’re a lover of card games, you should be excited about this! Our popular and favourite lowkey game is having a new kind. Nigerian Photographer and illustrator, Osaze Amadasun, is looking to feature another array of playing cards to the existing ones. The talented illustrator, whose latest exhibition featured a series of stunning paintings […]

Explore Munachi Osegbu's Afrofuturistic cultural aesthetic

Munachi Osegbu is a 23-year-old Nigerian-American fashion photographer & director currently based in New York City and Los Angeles. He graduated from the photography & imaging program at NYU’s Tisch School of The Arts in 2018. Munachi has discovered himself from a young age, where he found himself experimenting with every visual and performative medium, […]

Meet Hanson Okere, the visual artist that creates art with fire

Hanson Chidozie Okere is a Nigerian Artist from Rivers state, born in 1993. He is a graduate of the university of port Harcourt with a Bachelor of Arts. Hanson okere as he popularly referred to, started drawing as a little child and decided pursue his dream of being an artist as a kid.  He is […]

Nigerian Artist Dennis Osadebe Dabbles In 3D Printing For His Debut Sculpture Pieces

Meet Dennis Osadebe, The Neo-African and pop-art Sculptor who continues to push his ideas forward to the light in ‘Stand For Something’ Dennis continues to push the envelope with his standout pop-art style. The Nigerian mixed-media artist steps into the realm of sculpture with his new piece, Stand For Something—a declaration of his Neo-African movement. With each […]

A look at Nadine Ibrahim's short film – Through her eyes

Through Her Eyes was written and directed by Nadine Ibrahim, a young Nigerian filmmaker born in Kaduna and still based in northern Nigeria. For such a short film it is a stunningly powerful depiction, offering viewers an imaginative look at the life of a 12-year-old female suicide bomber. It tells the story of Azeeza, a […]

Nigerian Photographers Capturing the Unorthodox

Uche James-Iroha In a career spanning two decades, Uche James-Iroha has been described as a ‘leading light of a new generation of Nigerian photographers.’ Currently the director of Photo Garage, a Lagos-based platform for Nigerian and global intellectual photography exchanges, he is the director of Depth of Field, the collective that has influenced the likes […]

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 and fascination with the parts of daily life that are often ignored in art. His journey as a photographer started as a student in London where he focused on documenting […]