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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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1 year ago by jepchumba

Please Don’t Smile

Photo series by Malte Wandel through his nine month stay in Ghana, Burkina Faso and Togo. In the series...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Nigerian artist Segun Aiyesun

“Art has no bounds. If you control it, it dissipates and is lost, ’cause it wants to be free,...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Artwork by Billie Zangewa

Billie Zangewa, Top Of The World silk tapestry, 2013

1 year ago by jepchumba

Touba, Senegal: Timelapse Video

Timelapse video of Touba, Senegal by Senegalese photographer Moundor SENE. This project features the Grand Magal de Toube, a...

1 year ago by jepchumba

ONOMOllywood: Recreating Hollywood

In case you missed it. One of our favorite projects from last year. ONOMOllywood is a collaborative project between...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Interview with Marie Lora-Mungai Founder of Buni Media

Described as a ‘serial media entrepreneur’ Marie Lora-Mungai is our first feature in our African Creative Entrepreneurship Series. Lora-Mungai...

2 years ago by jepchumba

KIN-BABI: Exhibition of Congolese Contemporary Artists

Closes 18th January 2014 Cécile Fakhoury gallery – Abidjan in association with Magnin-A gallery Paris, presents recent works from...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Egypt: Black and White Photography

We previously featured the photography of Francesco Catalano on his journey through Tigray, Ethiopia. This time Catalano travels through...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Living Small: A Road Trip through Morocco

Tilt-shift photography is a popular and creative way where the camera is manipulated to make real sized objects or...

2 years ago by Nosmot Gbadamosi

Interview Sherin Guirguis

Egyptian born, US-raised artist Sherin Guirguis’ geometrically patterned paintings and sculptures reflect the Mashrabiya. She talks to Nosmot Gbadamosi...