What happened at MESH Creative Confab Nov, 2016

Just two days ago, Accra witnessed the second edition of the biannual MESH Creative Confab at the Museum of Science and Technology, Accra-Ghana. This event brought together yet another diverse phase of creatives once again to Meet+Explore+Share their works, projects and services in the just ended MESH Creative Confab, November 2016. The event started with…

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…

What happened at MESH Creative Confab May, 2016

A little over a week ago, Accra witnessed another exciting edition of the biannual MESH Creative Confab, held at the British Council. It was an event that brought together diverse creative practitioners, professionals and aspiring alike, as well as creativity enthusiasts under one roof to meet, explore and share their works, projects and services. This…

[Photo Gallery] MESH Creative Confab May 2016

The May 2016 edition of MESH Creative Confab took place at the British Council on Saturday, 28th May 2016. The biannual event which was attended by over 500 persons is the largest gathering of creative individuals, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts in Ghana for the purposes of inspiration, networking, market expansion and collaboration. The event is designed to…

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…