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African Digital Art

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 Western Africa Posts

9 months ago by jepchumba

Art by Folasade

  Long known as a model and muse for  photographers like Kwesi Abbensetts, Folasade Adeoso has bourgeoned as a digital artist....

10 months ago by jepchumba

Afripedia: Africa’s contemporary culture scene

Our friends at Stocktown recently launched a brand new project that we are ecstatic about. Roving throughout the continent...

10 months ago by jepchumba

François-Xavier Gbré: Bamako, Architecture, Photography and Change

Bamako is full of contrasts and contradictions. It’s a huge village. Tradition holds a very important place and the...

11 months ago by jepchumba

Space and Modernism in Ghanaian Architecture

Commissioned work by South African freelance photographer Alexia Webster.  This particular series is spellbounding in the way that it...

11 months ago by Muse Origins

Photography, Mosquito Nets and the Fragility of Life

Photographer, Harandane Dicko, brings us an ingenious photographic series, simply and aptly called LA MOUSTIQUAIRE (The Mosquito Net). In areas...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Fatoumata Diabaté

Bio Fatoumata Diabaté (b. 1980) is a photographer born in Bamako, Mali, where she currently lives and works. She studied...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Ben Enwonwu: I will not accept an inferior position in the art world

“I will not accept an inferior position in the art world. Nor have my art called African because I...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Last Kings of Africa

Alfred Weidinger search for the last surviving monarchs of Africa’s grandest kingdoms, from Nigeria to Ghana, Zambia to Cameroon...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Feature Artist: Neals Niat

Quick conversation with graphic artist and architect Neals Niat.   I was born in Paris but my parents are...

1 year ago by Muse Origins

Lost Wax Playing Cards inspired by the Benin Empire

Artist, Olutade Abidoye, gives us a doze of history with his Lost Wax playing cards. The pack of cards consists of...