Moh Awudu – Street artist extraordinaire

On walls, on the streets and on canvas, Mohammed Awudu, popularly known as Moh Awudu is one of Ghana’s most prolific artists. Born and raised in Nima, he sees himself as an ambassador for the community and street art is his means of shining a bright light, or quite literally , ‘a colorful splash of paint’ in his community. Prior…

The multi-dimensional art of Quaphryma

Quaphryma coined from his name KWADWO FRIMPONG-AMANING is a product of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and University of Education, Winneba. His passion for art stems from his love for comics and animated movies. He’s worked for Portrait & Illusions and is currently the Lead artist at Leti Arts. He creates cover art…

Hyper realistic drawings and caricatures of Ray Styles hand

Emmanuel Apraku, known more popularly in art circles as Ray Styles, a nick-name he acquired in secondary school is a Ghanaian born artist who’s talents span a wide spectrum. From hyper-realistic pencil portraiture, digital realistic and caricature art, he certainly is a jack of many trades and indeed a master of all. Being the son…

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…