Announcing MESH Creative Confab Nov. 2016

MESH Creative Confab is Ghana’s largest biannual creative gathering under one roof for meeting, exploring and sharing creative ideas, projects, products and services. The event is specially curated to deliver a total experience that creates opportunity to learn and be inspired by the people, products, services and latest trends in the creative industry and provide…

Support [Ananse’s well rescue] kickstarter campaign

If you were born and raised in Ghana anywhere before the mid 1990s, when GTV was the only station, you must be a big fan of Kweku Ananse, Ghana’s very own spider man, famed for his witty and cunningly ways that always lands him in some sort of trouble. It appears this time, he has…

Premiering Pieli – Ghana’s first epic adventure movie

It was only a few months ago when self taught film director Leonard A. Kubaloe and his team from OBL Studios from Tamale stole the show at MESH Creative Confab with his mind boggling presentation that took a mesmerized audience through the series of DIY, improvisation and utter fortitudinous journey in producing the pilot episode of Pieli; the…

The Spoken Rhymes of Kwaku Sonny

Creating imagery and capturing audiences with words, the hard task of every poet. Bedwei Kwaku Sonny known popularly as Rhyme Sonny however makes it easy. Celebrated by both poet and non-poets as a contemporary artists for his wordplay, he continuously steps-up with each performance. Through major and minor projects, he champions the cause of contemporary poetry…

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…

MESH Creative Confab [May, 2016]

Register for free ticket to MESH Creative Confab [28th May 2016] here What is MESH Creative Confab? MESH Creative Confab is a biannual event that brings together the very best of Ghanaian creativity under one roof for the purposes of meeting, exploring and sharing creative ideas, projects, products and services. The primary target group for MESH…

Ami Yomekpe’s Afro.Mod.Trends; Afrocentric style and elegance

Ami Yomekpe is a is a multi-faceted Ghanaian designer who’s training in Architecture design combined with her personal sense of style and fashion have given birth to one of the most recognised fashion labels in Ghana.  Established in August 2011, AfroModTrends is an affordable luxury clothing and accessories brand which caters to every woman of every…

Nando Nkrumah’s hybrid Afro-European art and design

Nando Nkrumah is a Ghanaian born artist and Designer living in Cologne, Germany who’s work  explores contemporary tools of visual arts and design. Born in Kumasi, Ghana, he moved to Germany in the 1980’s where he studied Industrial Design in Essen (Germany) and Singapore and Media Design in Cologne (Germany) where he now resides. He combines…

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…

[Article] Accra’s emerging creative scene

It is no secret that Accra is becoming a hot bed for creativity. Week after week, month after month, you will find projects and events that attest to this fact. It was this realization a few years ago that led to the founding of MESH Ghana, an organization that focuses on drawing the needed attention…

[Weekly inspiration] Godfre k. Grant’s photorealistic ‘Virtual landscapes’

At first glance one would think these were photographs. Well, these are actually the works of Godfre K. Grant, a traditionally trained ‘2D artist’ but self taught 3D artist whose love of nature translates into very photo realistic pieces using 3d software tools inspired by real places he visits or imagines. Looking at his works, it makes you…