In a world where Africans reconnect with outer space beings they mate and create a hybrid species who communicate through extra sensory perception.
we see a woman who is in space with inverted sci-fi pyramids, possibly after defeating the alien invasion, despite the aliens having left a mark (oh her shoulder)
We see a Devilish Angel, if Africans could interact with outer world beings and produce offspring they would look like that.
I used a muse @nita_barbara to create these pieces from her past photo shoots.
I’ve started a small art series titled ‘Kosmo Sculptor’ about giants who sculpted/constructed the planets & universe eons ago, while also trying to preserve/repair them and this is Kosmo Sculptor #1 aka ‘Yula’.
This is sculptor #2 aka ‘Teo’
In the Kosmo Sculptor universe, all the planets have their numbers carved in after they’re created.
Over time these rocks gradually wear out and begin to from massive cracks.
Everything is also drawn pretty much to scale, the average size of the sculptor is equivalent to a planet (e.g size of Jupiter) and the sizes of all the planets may vary and some end up crafting planets over 1000x their size or under.”
As an illustrator and animator, my work centres around being blackity black black and the different spaces we occupy in the world.
I consider myself a bare maximalist
because I use the little I have to make alot.
Narotso participated in Nairobi Design Week 2021 under the theme 'Together'.
In this maze of life for us to reach the tree of realities we experience things that give us strength.
That’s our essence.
Cherwon Nancy (Chela) works primarily in the medium of painting; acrylics on canvas and paper.
She also led the mural painting at Nairobi Design Week 2020 as part of the #LabelledHuman campaign. The main themes she tackles are on culture and identity.
The first thing I thought was what outer world beings?
Then I thought of the universe.
The universe is the giver of everything.
It gives you what you think of or what your mind attracts.
I read this from the book ‘The Secret’ by Rhonda Byrnes.
That is why the piece shows a galaxy of glowing stars all over the solar system and the woman is at the centre, somehow trying to sort of do a spell.
Jacque Njeri is multi-disciplinary creative and visual artist.
The timeline of the illustration is some time in the future when the nations of Africa have been able to unite and Pan-Africanism has been achieved.
MUKAMI (MXM AFRIKA)
Nuru is aware of being pure spirit.
We are image bearers of God, the root creative force.
As Africans, there is so much about our earthly and beyond earthly selves that has been erased.
Because we’ve been cut off from how much we look like God, we are lonely and lost.
An afro futuristic character design inspired by the ancient Egyptian belief in an afterlife, where the soul was immortal and the human body was transported from this world to a replica of the same,
NYAMBURA KARIUKI (NASH OH MY)
Scientists from an advanced planet have returned to Africa. They have deemed us ready to learn and teach with them, if we choose to walk through the portal.
Eons ago, they came to perform experiments and conduct observations upon life itself. Africans who witnessed them saw benevolent spirits and even copied their attire.