Help Kweku Ananse!

Kwaku Ananse, the beloved character from Ashanti folklore needs your help becoming best friends with Adinkra symbols, folklore, math and his all-time favorite, puzzles....

Cafe des Comics – VEXPO

So you like comics and animation. And you like coffee, or maybe you don't and just want the company of like minded people with...

Meeting of Styles – A Graffiti Experience

Meeting of Styles is “an introductory graffiti art event by the Ghana Graffiti crew. The crew is set to challenge societal defects using street art...

Kings and Gods – Ghanaian Illustrators’ Take on The Rap Beef...

The Ghanaian Hiphop scene is worked up thanks to a rap Cold War between two of its heavyweights, M.anifest and Sarkodie. Tracks have been...

Bright Ackwerh – Ghana's Genius Satiric Illustrator

The indescribable euphoria I felt when I first learned about illustrator BRIGHT ACKWERH’s work still hovers around me. As a newcomer to his work,...

Hero Kekere is Ghenghenstic!

COMIC REPUBLIC are legit, one mega comic force to reckon with on the continent. Spawning characters such as Guardian Prime who, at first glance,...

Ian Quhachi’s 7 Deadly Sins

Ian Quhachi, an avid contributor to the graffiti and digital art scene in Ghana has released captivating illustrations depicting mankind’s vices popularly known as...

Celebrating Ghanaian Animation: the Golden Movie Awards

We’re crazy excited to announce that the animated films of COMFORT ARTHUR and FRANCIS Y. BROWN have been nominated in the Golden Animation category of...

Dunamis: Hope for the Marginalized

Ghanaian investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas in 2011 together with a local journalist and an activist released a documentary that showed harrowing visuals of...

Painting the Days – These are Creo's 7 Ghanaian Goddesses

I doubt sheer creative tenacity alone drove Creo Concept to create the visually stimulating depictions of Ghanaian female day names. Rather, I presume it...