Akosua Afriyie-Kumi; Impacting lives through fashion

  From a small town in the Upper Eastern corner of Ghana using local age old weaving techniques, to selling her bags in 33 stores in 8 countries worldwide in her first year of business, Akosua Afriyie-Kumi does not only make beautiful luxury bags, she makes them sustainably whilst providing employment for the community and…

Through the lens of Apagnawen Annankra

Self-taught photographer Apagnawen Annankra, loves nothing more than living life through his camera lens, capturing every essence of beauty from his subjects and being able to tell their unique story. He is the proud founder and creative director of Apag Studios. They offer a full premium photography service, most commonly in commercial, documentaries and weddings…

“The best way to predict your future is to create it”Peter F. Drucker

Peter Ferdinand Drucker was an Austrian-born American management consultant, educator, and author, whose writings contributed to the philosophical and practical foundations of the modern business corporation. He was also a leader in the development of management education, he invented the concept known as management by objectives and self-control, and he has been described as “the…

Looking back to 2015; A creative review

2015 was a very interesting and overall great year for Ghana’s emerging creative scene. Certainly one of the most amazing years for Ghanaian creatives especially with regards to international achievements. In fact, so many awesome things happened this year, I will not be able to mention everything in his article. Feel free though to share…

What happend at MESH Confab, Nov. 2015

MESH Confab Nov. 2015 brought together a very broad spectrum of Ghanaian Creative and Cultural community to meet, explore and share. This edition of MESH Confab for the first time saw an expo running parallel to the main event which as usual comprised of presentations from Keynote speakers, Portfolio Reviews and a live creative session….

[Photo Gallery] MESH Confab Nov. 2015 – A creative gathering

MESH Confab Nov. 2015 brought together a very broad spectrum of the Ghanaian Creative and Cultural community to meet, explore and share on Saturday the 14th of November. This edition of MESH Confab for the first time saw an expo running parallel to the main event which as usual comprised of presentations from Keynote speakers,…

The fantasy and comical world of Setor Fiadzigbey

Setor Fiadzigbey, an illustrator and content creator whose love for art led him to abandon a career in engineering to set up BZL Illustration studio. He has worked with some of the biggest brands in Ghana producing storyboards for commercial advertisement campaigns and developing characters for 2d animated films. He has also produced a number…

Bertil Toby Svanekiaer’s 2d/3d illustrations and animations

“Bertil Toby Svanekiaer is the name and I am not German, I’m very much a Ghanaian. My parents must have had a swell time at my naming ceremony.” Bertil is a versatile 3d artist, Animator and an Illustrator who’s love for art has always been there since childhood where he always seemed to have a…

Jeremiah Quarshie’s hyper-realistic paintings

High level of detail and unbelievable realism are what makes Jeremiah Quarshie’s portraits some of the best we have come accross. They are created from studio photographs manually ‘edited’ as he translates onto canvas (in his own words). He chooses characters from the “foundations of society into pools of utter elegance”— 21st century workers and…

“art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable” Banksy

Banksy is pseudonymous street artist who’s work borders on one hand from satire and humor to political and social commentary and activism. His distinct style is quite reminiscent of the works of Blek le Rat mostly using stenciled graffiti as his medium of expression. His work pops up in cities around the world mostly expressing…