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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2 years ago by jepchumba

Interview with Ghanian illustrator Kiaski Donkor

“SIGNATURES” is a video series dedicated to promoting and encouraging Ghana’s local and international creatives. In this new episode...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Bold Inspired Tanzanian inspired illustrations by Lynnie Zulu

Inspired by her family’s Tanzanian heritage Lynnie Zulu’s creations are bold, brilliant and vibrant – “brimming with bold, spontaneous...

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...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Creative Tribute to Madiba

Thousands of creatives around the world mourn and celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela. Hand of Africa Adrian Steirn...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Pixel Art and Design by Egyptian Designer Ahmed Mounir

Ahmed Mounir is a typography, branding and digital artist from Egypt. His portfolio includes great examples of his love...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Africanize Pattern Font

Print and pattern design inspiration by  South African graphic and print designer Carli Herbst. The project brief was to...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Fabric Print design by Yaw Tony

Graphic designer Yaw Tony experiments with patterns, textures and fabrics. Llim® (Life Liveth in Me) Fabric, is a line...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Toot: Illustrated Nigerian Folk Tale

Illustrated a Nigerian folk tale for Hachette’s children’s magazine called Toot by Archana Sreenivasan.

2 years ago by jepchumba

African inspired Stromae Design

African inspired project by Brussel based design studio Bold. Over the course of the year, we developed several visuals to...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Gaborone Couple

Designed by South African illustrator, Kabelo Ramasobane. This project was inspired by friends of mine who recently got married...