Quick conversation with graphic artist and architect Neals Niat.
I was born in Paris but my parents are from Cameroon. I spent 8 years of my life in Douala. Now, I’m studying Architecture in Brussels.
I have been drawing since my childhood. It was just a passion at first, and then I decided to develop this … Continue Reading ››
Artist, Olutade Abidoye, gives us a doze of history with his Lost Wax playing cards. The pack of cards consists of 54 playing cards, each featuring beautiful illustrations of kings, queens and courtiers from 15th – 19th century Nigeria, particularly the Benin Empire. The Lost Wax is actually a difficult method of sculpting (using … Continue Reading ››
Tell us a little about yourself. Where are your from, when did your journey into art begin?I'm 28, and a 1st generation Nigerian living in Brooklyn, NY by way of Atlanta, Ga where I grew up. I guess my journey started by what I am, what we all are. I was created and even … Continue Reading ››
A little textures and pattern inspiration by graphic designer Elise Hannebicque. Inspired by Nelson Mandela. Continue Reading ››
Designer Saana Hellsten rebranded an existing restaurant for a school assignment in New York that offers traditional Senegalese food.
The branding of Joloff reflects the colorful culture and lifestyle of Senegal. The vibrant mix of patterns is balanced with white washed pastel colors. Both the colors and patterns are inspired from aspects of the culture; such as … Continue Reading ››