Hello, Thank you, Visual for having me. Tell us a bit about yourself. Your name. Where you grew up My name is Victor George-Amissah. I was … Continue reading Interview with portrait photographer Vami George
Kelenna Ogboso is a documentary and lifestyle photographer living in Lagos, born to bi-ethnic family of the Igbo and Yoruba tribe , he spent his … Continue reading Kelenna Ogboso talks about capturing unique, real-life experiences.
“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
Please give us a brief introduction. Who is Yasser? I am a multi-disciplinary artist with most of my work extending from visual art to pop productions such … Continue reading Yasser Claud-Ennin talks targets, Young Contemporaries and ‘Day’mojis’
Who is Oshomah? Tell us about yourself. Oshomah is a human being with a lot of interests. He was born in Jos some donkey years ago … Continue reading Interview with Digital Illustrator and Animator Oshomah
Seun Adeyemi is a 23 year old Artist and Graphic artist, a resident of Abuja from Osun state, a bit of Seun’s background. ‘I draw, paint, make some … Continue reading Nigerian mask inspired art by Seun Adeyemi
Talented artist Victor Ekpuk is currently making waves in the art world. Originally from Nigeria, Ekpuk currently resides in Washington, DC. Continue reading Victor Ekpuk: symbols, shapes and patterns.
Who is the Mumu Illustrator? Tell us about you, your background… growing up. Mumu illustrator is hard to define. Like most people I’ve been drawing since I … Continue reading The mumu illustrator talks us through pounded yam, kung fu hustle and comic books
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.
V.S – Tell us about you, who is Dami?D.O – I am a Nigerian girl who believes in the impossibility of life. My full name is … Continue reading Interview with Olaleye Oluwadamilola
As per the term ‘Urban Surrealism’, it’s a term that best describes the type of art that I like to make; art that has its origins in contemporary urban and street culture but at the same time it’s art in which something that doesn’t quite belong has been added. Continue reading Nnamdi Nwoha on his DTK series