Feb 15 2010

40 Amazing Examples of African Digital Artworks

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African art represents one of the most diverse legacies on Earth. Though many casual observers tend to generalize “traditional” African art, the continent is full of peoples, societies, and civilizations, each with a unique visual special culture. Africa is well known for its wonderful art and culture that we are going to showcase in this post. Here, we’re presenting some of the brilliant pieces of African Inspired Digital Artworks. Hope you like this compilation.

African Digital Artworks

Am i collective

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African woman

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King

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Olga Lolo

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African Rebel

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Adrinka African Guardian

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African Queen

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Olga Lolo

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Olga Lolo

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Nectarinia, Guardian of Nature

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African Princess

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Min, The Patriarch, Pierre Droal

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Balint Zsako

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I dream of Africa

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Kate

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Kevin Michael Dalton

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Svetlin Velinov

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A look away magazine

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Ready for 2010

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My sweet space

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Soldiers-of-Peace

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GODB LESS AFRICA

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Za-Good-vs-Za-Bad

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I Scream Sangoma Print

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Olusola Akinseye

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Feature Artist Ananda Nahu

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Bison

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Lost

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Backlash Blues

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Fashion

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Mask

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African 2

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B & W

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Stanwyck Cromwell

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Rumba Pacifica

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Paritaka party

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Emek & Erykah

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Emek & Erykah

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Comments and Discussions
  • New York Web Designer, 15 February 2010

    Awesoome…. Another great inspiration…

  • vikey, 15 February 2010

    wonderful art and cultur

  • Luis, 15 February 2010

    Son ya muchas las veces, (ARE TOO MANY TIMES)que tengo que perder mi tiempo (I OUGHT TO LOOSE MY TIME) TO SEE YOUR ATICLES. IF YOU FIX YOURS PROBLEMS, IT´LL BE GOOD. iF DON´T:I´LL SEE YOU

  • mrmunchies, 15 February 2010

    Very unique and interesting designs

  • webaddicty, 15 February 2010

    I love the “African Rebel” it is very artistic…

  • Sunny Kumar, 15 February 2010

    Amazing Artworks

  • theComplex, 15 February 2010

    What a gorgeous feature. I look forward to sharing.

  • Edu, 15 February 2010

    Good Stuff, great work

  • SARAHjonez, 16 February 2010

    My vote is for Emek & Erykah, it truly describes the culture of africa.

  • Abdul, 16 February 2010

    good one i lik it

  • Peach, 16 February 2010

    These are all awesome. Thanks for sharing. Very inspiring.

  • Omer Greenwald, 16 February 2010

    Awesome stuff! thanks

  • NooN, 16 February 2010

    Thanks for this awesome collection, i just have a problem to see all the pictures, only the last seven pictures are visible for me >_<

  • Jordan Walker, 16 February 2010

    So much embedded history on the continent of Africa.

  • Minneapolis Web Design Guru, 16 February 2010

    amazing, very interesting…

  • Haitham, 17 February 2010

    WOW! some really fantastic artworks in there. Great post, it took my breath away!

  • Jacob, 17 February 2010

    Nice showcase!
    The biggest issue with wacom drawing is that it leaves marks of being drawn that way too much in the finished piece. I try hard to avoid this myself, it leaves a kind of “opacity mark” that only digital drawing does.
    But many of these works have none of that, so good.

  • Franky, 17 February 2010

    a few good pictures

  • Nina, 17 February 2010

    Beautiful showcase, thanks for sharing :D

  • Valerie, 18 February 2010

    gorgeous! Thanks for putting this showcase together!

  • African Digital Art, 18 February 2010

    Thanks for the showcase. We are encouraged to see such a growing community of African digital artists and inspiring projects. I think Africa’s participation offers a fresh perspective.

  • Tais, 19 February 2010

    Awsome!! Very inspiring!

  • Langston Richardson, 21 February 2010

    Forwarded to people I know love learning about this diversity of imagery and visions.

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