From Tegan Phillips to Nompilo Sibisi, we’ve rounded up 4 relatable Cape Town-based South African womxn comic artists to get you chuckling.
Creatives Amarachi Nwosu, Kadara Enyeasi and Dipo Doherty pay tribute to Lagos in illustrations, public art and photography.
Illustrators Juni Ba, Nikhil Singh, Ian Jepson, Elio Moavero, Bill Masuku and Vincent Sammy present hair-raising pictures in honour of Halloween.
Graphic design student Kamohelo Morobe shares the inspiration behind his strangely minimalistic digital illustrations that reference pop culture, social media and sci-fi.
Inspired by the internet, Sinalo Ngcaba’s digital illustrations are a fresh interpretation of her favourite posts on Instagram.
Soweto-based digital artist Terence Maluleke’s new work captures the vibe of Major Lazer and DJ Maphorisa’s new 1970s-inspired video.
Mosa Mahlaba, Mark Lewis, Tanya Zack, Madoda Mkhobeni and Shaun Gaylard pay homage to Jozi.
Daniel Ting Chong illustrates WeTheBrave campaign addressing prevention and treatment issues in an affirming, humorous and sex-positive way.
Five illustrators from across the continent talk sexuality and share artwork tackling topics like representation, gender and intimacy.
Nompilo Sibisi, a second-year architecture student, uses the power of the doodle to speak about mental-health and self-care.
Looking to the Moors, Maasai, Xhosa and more, graphic designer Luthando Mfabe is inspired to create visually bold and contemporary ‘Afrorealist’ characters.
The Zimbabwean digital artist, who is in the country for Fak’ugesi Festival, talks to us about his upcoming Joburg exhibition and latest body of work, ‘Rimi’.
Illustrators from Africa – Sarah Zimmerman, Brooke Schafer, Akum Davina Maduka, Adesola Lasisi, Ellah Hlapolosa and Octavia Roodt – contemplate community, representation and womxnhood.
Illustrator and graphic designer Eva Faerch, who is part of 10and5’s 2017 Creative Womxn series, launches a collection of illustrated portraits paying homage to iconic SA women.
After struggling to find Photoshop brushes that suited his style, digital artist Christi du Toit created his own. Check out the ‘Incy Wincy Spider’ inspired set of designer tools.