A rare insight into the exceptional art and ideology of a new generation of bold creators leading the continents latest cultural revolution in spite of still facing systematic racism and double standards.
Photo Nana Yaw Oduro
Nana Yaw Oduro: Shine A Light On
Nana Yaw Oduro is a young photographer living in Ghana, facing an exciting future with his pictures getting him more recognition worldwide.
Elliott Verdier: The Will To Live
Award-winning photographer Elliot Verdier went to Liberia to capture a country too strong to give up in his book, Reaching for Dawn.
Eric Asamoah: The Day After Tomorrow
Surrendering to time, Ghanaian photographer Eric Asamoah shows us what the transition from boyhood to adulthood is truly about.
Tatenda Chidora: That New School
The art of Tatenda Chidora is an inexhaustible source of inspiration, of wild colours and surreal setups surrounding the African identity.
Jacobus Snyman: A Crown In The Making
There seem to be no limits to the imagination of Jacobus Snyman when it comes to fashion-driven photography.
Maganga Mwagogo: Tra Terra E Cielo
Nairobi-based photographer and director Maganga Mwagogo truly stands out showing an exceptional, gorgeous series rooted in nature.
Rich Mnisi: Celebrating Culture And Heritage
Introducing Hiya Kaya, the SS21 collection by designer Rich Mnisi – a contemporary, multi-disciplinary fashion brand based in South Africa.
Lukhanyo Mdingi: All Want To Be Seen, All Want To Be Heard
We asked Cape Town designer Lukhanyo Mdingi about his attitude towards colours and how he’s constantly reinventing his African heritage.
Viviers: A New Life In Colour
The head of South Africa’s Viviers, Lezanne Viviers to talk about the clash between western preconceptions and true African identity.
Nana Yaw Oduro: Everything Is Beautiful
Welcome to the world of photographer Nana Yaw Oduro who focuses on boyhood years, masculinity, social acceptance and self-confidence.
Christian Ruess: Rebirth In Reverse
Follow the project of Caroline Mackintosh and Christian Ruess focusing on South Africa’s new design generation.
Rafael Kouto: The Art Of Resurrection
We sat down with Rafael Kouto to ask him about the beauty and challenges of improvisation and African influences.