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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 Illustration Posts

5 months ago by jepchumba

Stone Orgasms and the Female Body: Interview with Angolan Artist Keyezua

Keyezua is an Angolan born digital artist based at the Royal Academy of Arts in the Hague. Her work investigates...

7 months ago by jepchumba

Feature Artist: Lillianne Sara Akinyi

Kenyan visual artist Lillianne Sara Akinyi has a versatile portfolio from illustration, collage, and video.  Her instagram feed also...

9 months ago by jepchumba

Thandiwe Tshabalala: A conversation on Art, Poverty and Truth

  A few days ago I got an email from one of my favorite illustrators, Thandiwe Tshabala. She was...

10 months ago by jepchumba

The Many Faces of Brianna: Masking and Fabric Collage

Brianna McCarthy is a mixed media visual communicator working and living in Trinidad + Tobago. She is a self-taught...

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...

1 year ago by jepchumba

ABC of Xhosa Names Illustrated

Xhosa Names and Meanings in a series of animated ect by South African graphic designer and illustrator Thandiwe Tshabalala....

1 year ago by jepchumba

North African inspired artwork by Meryem Meg

Meryem Meg is a 24 year old Algerian / Bulgarian creative. Meg’s  inspiration stems from a love for North...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Interview with the Makers of Outcasts of Jupiter

It has been a while since we last caught up with Shofela Coker. Tell us about the Coker CoOp....

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.