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BOOK: “Heavy Metal Africa” documents the flourishing heavy metal scenes throughout the continent

The continent is brimming with young and engaging creatives and the book “Heavy Metal Africa: Life, Passion, and Heavy Metal in the Forgotten Continent” is double the evidence that this is true. Author Edward Banchs wanted to document what he saw in several different countries, the beauty of punk and heavy metal outside of the mainstream and within a community of the most expressive kids in the world. After spending five years traveling to various African countries and…

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Added by Eye Candy on January 12, 2017 at 11:00am — No Comments

Comic series follows sibling geniuses solving mysteries & strange occurrences in Kid Carvers

Kid Carvers is an all-ages comic book tale the follows two genius inventors named Marley & Charley Carver. The dynamic, pint-sized duo uses their impressive creativity and unparalleled intellect to solve the mysteries and strange occurrences around them. Part scientists, part private eyes, Kid Carvers are an inspiring representation for curious minds of all…

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Added by Eye Candy on January 12, 2017 at 10:30am — No Comments

Illustrator @tadmichaell is bringing more magic to melanin in his fantasy portrait series!

Nothing like some poppin’ illustrations to brighten up a dreary day and these digital pieces from Tad Michael are right on time. The Kansas City, MO graphic designer and digital wizard is drawing the cartoon and anime style works and bringing a lot of magic to those with melanin. The drawings look like they belong in some intensely fantastical comics and we hope there’s more to come! Take a look below and support this talented brotha on his …

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Added by Eye Candy on January 11, 2017 at 12:27pm — No Comments

Young Brazilian artist Sarmurr heals past abuse trauma through otherworldly creations

As cliche as it sounds, pain is one of the most poignant sources of art, and for Brazilian multimedia artist Samuel Saboia, aka Sarmurr or Nympheshit, trauma is a part of what got him started. The Recife born, São Paulo based youngster is far beyond his years in wisdom, creative output, and quality, and each of his creative monikers attest to that.

Creativity as a means of survival is something all artists can relate to in some way or another and when reflecting…

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Added by Eye Candy on January 10, 2017 at 10:00am — No Comments

FEATURE 'Afro-inks' weekly illustration by Eddaviel feat. @love.char

Eddaviel (who was a Live painter at(AFROPUNK Paris) takes his favorite AFROPUNK ‘Afro Of The Day’ images and creates illustrations weekly. "A line, created by a drop of ink that becomes an expression of afro traits." This week's illustration features @love.char!



* Eddaviel is a Visual Artist from The Dominican Republic, president of Moro Studio, a comic book,…

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Added by Eye Candy on January 9, 2017 at 12:22pm — No Comments

Brazilian artist transforms portraits into masterpieces in illustration series



Nothing quite like witnessing a portrait from an artist that pays attention to the depth, range, and subtleties of melanated skin. Higgo Cabral, an artist from Sao Paulo, Brazil, is doing just that, creating masterpieces inspired by the afrobrasileiros in his midst. The series of drawings below are every bit as breathtaking as a natural wonder, with the distinct style of realism and fantasy that Higgo does so well. Check out these pieces and more on his…

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Added by Eye Candy on January 5, 2017 at 10:51am — No Comments

Download afrocentric emojis via AFRO Stickers App today!

Are you looking for the perfect way to express that your homeland’s jollof is supreme? Need an emoji to celebrate the perfectly tied gele upon your crown? Look no further than AFRO Stickers pack! Afro Stickers was created by Dicky Jr, a creative artist based in Nairobi, Kenya. With over 30 stickers specifically designed for the continent and diaspora, there’s nothing that says I’m African and proud like these emojis! Check them out below & on the…

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Added by Eye Candy on January 4, 2017 at 12:31pm — No Comments

New web series follows one woman’s quest to be the best comic book artist ever

”Have you ever had a dream?” The main character of ‘One Story Building,’ the new web series by creator & executive producer Donovan Crony, asks this in earnest to the owner of Shoreline Comics in the hopes that she can gain a job there while working on becoming the best comic book artist...ever. ‘One Story Building’ is about Historia "Story" Tolentino who lives in Long Beach, CA who befriends a girl from New York named Yoyo, who is searching for her true calling in life…

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Added by Eye Candy on January 4, 2017 at 10:33am — No Comments

Dominican illustrator makes magic with his characters

Illustrators make the world go ‘round, or at least they build worlds on the pages and let them spin as they please. Welinthon Nommo is a Dominican illustrator using his pen to create magic and there’s not much more to say other than we’re so glad he’s sharing his talents with the world. Check out the images below and show Welinthon some love on Instagram and…

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Added by Eye Candy on January 3, 2017 at 11:30am — No Comments

This budding illustrator makes these hand drawn portraits look too easy!

This dope artist has styles for days! Digital illustrator Keenan Dailey is bring you a different aesthetic for every day of the week! From anime inspired drawings to cartoon-esque portraits of the icons we know and love, there’s something about his pen that draws you to his work. Enjoy these beauties below and support via Facebook with a like or two!



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Added by Eye Candy on December 20, 2016 at 10:06am — 1 Comment

FEATURE 'Afro-inks' weekly illustration by Eddaviel feat. Joia John

Eddaviel (who was a Live painter at(AFROPUNK Paris) takes his favorite AFROPUNK ‘Afro Of The Day’ images and creates illustrations weekly. "A line, created by a drop of ink that becomes an expression of afro traits." This week's illustration features Joia Talbott aka @joiajohn!

* Eddaviel is a Visual Artist from The Dominican Republic, president of Moro Studio, a…

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Added by Eye Candy on December 16, 2016 at 11:30am — 2 Comments

Nigerian artist Ayo Filade creates stunning hyperrealistic drawings with just pastels, pencil and paper

The world is an amazing place and the artists within it make it worth living in. Depicting beauty, and thereby deciding what gets to be called beautiful, is one of the few reasons why artists hold a special power. Ayo Filade is using his superpower to create hyperrealistic drawings that look like they’re one breath away from joining us in the three dimensional world. The Nigerian artist just closed his exhibition entitled “Insanity” at Omenka Gallery in Lagos, and hopefully…

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Added by Eye Candy on December 9, 2016 at 9:57am — No Comments

Peep Mega Woman, the fierce leading lady of Godhood comics’ forthcoming issue

Atlanta comic publishing company Godhood is taking over for the 99 and 200 with new leading lady Mega Woman. Their mission is to diversify characters and stories so that they are relatable to people of all colors, background, and creed. Their aspirations are to inspire acceptance and tolerance through complex character development is exactly what the comic and greater entertainment world need, rather than empty promises and attempts at diversity. Mega Woman is a comic about…

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Added by Eye Candy on December 7, 2016 at 11:12am — No Comments

Say hello to “Keleshe,” Runway Curl’s doll with kinky curls and all the #BlackGirlMagic

Move over Barbie! Entrepreneur Mushiya Tshikuka created a doll for the youngins with natural hair and lots of spunk with her “Keleshe” doll. With the fight for representation coming in many different forms, Tshikuka thought it necessary and proper to have a doll for the curly-headed cutie pies, so they can learn to love the way they look and the way their hair naturally grows out of their heads. Since the holiday season is right around the corner, consider copping this for the… Continue

Added by Eye Candy on December 6, 2016 at 12:21pm — 1 Comment

Illustrator Goblin Hams is a wizard with the digital illustrations

Goblin Hams is going ham with the digital illustrations, folks. The concept artist and illustrator, given name Paul Davey, is drawing Black women in the most glorious, fantastical depictions he can muster and I AM HERE FOR IT. Black folks in cartoons and comics ain’t nothing new, but I’ll be damned if it ever gets old. Spoiler alert: the drawings are FIRE, the women are POWERFUL, and there are even EMOJIS. Get your entire life and support this young man, because he’s doing…

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Added by Eye Candy on November 30, 2016 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Nigerian hyperrealism visual artist Arinze Stanley breathes life on to the page

The most unbelievable things are often the things that happen in the real world and Arinze Stanley’s art defies what should be possible with pencil and paper. In his series of hyperrealistic drawings, he breathes life on to the page, using the shadow and depth to make it seem like they’re alive and in 3D. There’s not much else I can say about the sheer brilliance and talent required to make these masterpieces, so just enjoy them and support Arinze via… Continue

Added by Eye Candy on November 29, 2016 at 11:30am — No Comments

Street artist Neequaye Dreph Dsane blackening London streets with his larger than life graffiti

Celebrating the beauty of Blackness is always the move and street artist Neequaye Dreph Dsane is about this life. In his home of London, he’s adorning as many walls as with Black faces as humanly possible. Peep these amazing works of art below and more via his Instagram!



By T. McLendon, AFROPUNK Contributor…




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Added by Eye Candy on November 22, 2016 at 11:29am — No Comments

21-year old illustrator is killing the game with her digital paintings

Age ain’t nothing but a number in the art game and Lavanda Ladd is a perfect example that talent can come at any age. This 21-year old New York native is still a student at Rochester Institute of Technology but she’s showing some serious skill in the illustration department. Check out an eclectic assortment of her work below!



By T. McLendon, AFROPUNK Contributor…




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Added by Eye Candy on November 18, 2016 at 9:59am — No Comments

Evolution of the Black Superhero: From the Racist Stereotypes In The Early Days to Luke Cage

For the last 10 years, we've been flooded with superhero films. Every time we open our browsers, a new, obscure comic book hero has been given a movie deal. Ant-Man gets his time in the spotlight and Spider-Man gets yet another reboot but how many Black superheroes can you name? Blade? Spawn? The original Green Lantern? In this non-stop current of masked crusaders, why aren't there more heroes to represent minorities?



Netflix has answered the call with their…

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Added by Eye Candy on November 15, 2016 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

Bestselling Afrofuturisum comic launches Kickstarter to get to print!

Nothing better than well-researched and historically-based fiction and for those of us that love comics, we’re in luck! The series born out of five years of research conducted by creator Paul Louise-Julie, including time spent living and learning on the continent where he studied pre-colonial Ancient Civilizations and Empires, is being put to use in his comics The Pack and Yohance, and they’re headed to print, but only with your help! Let’s help this amazing comic take the…

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Added by Eye Candy on November 15, 2016 at 11:52am — 1 Comment

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