“My name is Mamudu Samuel I was born on the 6th of September i’m a Ballpen artist and I use pen and paper as my main … Continue reading Meet BallPen artist Mamudu Samuel
Give us a brief introduction. Tell us who you are and What you do? I am AyoOluwa Nihinlola, a Graphics artist, illustrator and digital art enthusiast. … Continue reading Interview with Digital Illustrator Ayooluwa Elisha
We spoke to Alaba about his Art. Did you always want to be an artist? I have been drawing since I could hold a pen … Continue reading Alaba Onajin tells us about his passion for Comics and illustrating Children’s Books.
Give us a brief introduction: My name is Oluwaseyi Nurudeen Alabi, A Nigerian-based portrait artist who is known for his highly realistic drawings of children wearing the … Continue reading Pushing African narratives through art with Seyi Alabi
The art scene is thriving and more platforms have considered it of major importance to celebrate the creative industry through constant novelty and unique articulation of emotion … Continue reading Interview with Storyteller and Expressionist Painter Anthonia Nneji
“MO” is a short film co-written and directed by Damilola Orimogunje. His previous work titled Family, is a drama on the alarming rate of suicide and … Continue reading Watch the trailer for Damilola Orimogunje’s MO
Electrocuted Architecture is a photo-documentary inspired by Lagos’ urban space and its architecture. To highlight how Lagosians visually interact with the architecture of their city through … Continue reading A look at Olajide Ayeni’s Electrocuted architecture photo-documentary series
Tell us a bit about your background? When did you get into arts? I am a young lawyer and an old artist as I have been … Continue reading Lawyartist takes us through his amazing illustrations, inspiration and art in Nigeria.
Tell us, who is Motolani Olorungbon? I am Professional photographer, originally a graduate of the University of Ilorin department of Religion. How would you describe your style? … Continue reading The Photography of Motolani Olorungbon
Before we begin, How are you this lovely morning and how is the family? I’m good and my family is doing well. How was your experience … Continue reading Marcellina Oseghale turns the Sounds of Childhood into art
Brooklyn-based artist Kip Omolade explores luxury and immortality in his Diovadiova Chrome series, the historical Benin and Ife ivory inspired pieces to represent a trench between the physical and spiritual worlds. Continue reading Kip Omalade explores Hyperrealism with his chrome mask paintings.