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African Digital Art is an online collective, a creative space, where digital artist, enthusiasts and professionals can seek inspiration, showcase their artistry and connect with emerging artists.
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All Southern Africa Posts

1 year ago by jepchumba

African Metropolis: Six Stories from Six African Cities

May 2014 will see the launch of African Metropolis at cinemas in Johannesburg and Cape Town. The compilation of six...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Sightings of the Sacred Cattle: Daniel Naudé

South African photographer Daniel Naudé examines the relationship that cattles have in societies in Uganda and Madagascar. Current Exhibition at...

1 year ago by jepchumba

National Gallery of Zimbabwe

To explore and express the essence of Zimbabwean identity through the visual arts.To promote talent, creativity and visual heritage...

1 year ago by jepchumba

The Forgotten Kingdom

Synopsis Writer-director Andrew Mudge crafts an intimate tale of lost soul Atang (Zenzo Ngqobe) on the occasion of his...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Colonial Bastard Typeface

A graphic design project by Zimbabwean born illustrator and graphic designer Osmond Tshuma. The Colonial Bastard Rhodes typeface is...

1 year ago by jepchumba

African Mix Posters

A little textures and pattern inspiration by graphic designer Elise Hannebicque. Inspired by Nelson Mandela.

1 year ago by jepchumba

Sho’t Left: Celebrating South African Occupations

South African illustrator Karabo Poppy Molestane was inspired by the working people of Pretoria. She created a Zine that...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Summer Time in Camps Bay

Summer is in full swing in Cape Town. Photographer Peter Krasilnikoff capture the full delight at Camps Bay in...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Ghosts: Art Project on the African Arms Trade

A few weeks ago we heard about Ghosts an art project by South African filmmaker Ralph Ziman. Our friends...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Akinbode Akinbiyi: On Street Photography

My philosophy is that you are quickest on foot. This may sound contradictory. When you walk you move slowly...