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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 Package Design Posts

8 months ago by jepchumba

Aku•Ako Cameroonian Dolls Inspired by Japan

A bold mixture of Japanese, Cameroonian and Ghanian crafts, designer Noumbissi Constantin creates these adorable toys. Culture is what...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Joloff Branding & Identity

Designer Saana Hellsten rebranded an existing restaurant for a school assignment in New York that offers traditional Senegalese food. The...

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...

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

Farewell Company

Farewell Company is a project created by South African designer Ben Johnston. A great exercise in product design, branding,...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Dougla: Afro Caribbean Patterns and Textures

Print, texture and pattern inspiration from designer Cherry Ann Davis. Davis is a graphic designer from Trinidad and Tobago....

2 years ago by jepchumba

Wooden Iphone case by Karo Akpokiere

We have always loved the work of Nigerian graphic designer Karo Akpokiere. He was recently commissioned to design an...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Afrika Kicker

The Afrika Kicker project is an attempt to reinvent the traditional charity box. The football recreates a rural african...

2 years ago by jepchumba

Woolworths Soap Shop

Package design by Cape Town designer Todd Anderson. We were briefed to create a selection of design and packaging...

2 years ago by jepchumba

99 Deck- Craft beer packaging

99 Deck, an South-African craft beer packaging project aimed at Cape Town hipsters, designed by Natasha Prinsloo.