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  • June 15, 2019By Kadi

    Seen any African animated music videos? Music is what gets us through the rough days, the pleasant ones and everything in-between. Then there’s animation. We ❤️❤️❤️ animation. Imagine a blend of our favorite songs in one of our favorite visual mediums! Now that’s a kicker! Combine the two and you’ve won our hearts! Inspired by

  • January 1, 2016By Kadi

    Looking for African comics or comic books, African comic PDFs, African graphic novels or African comic anthologies? Welcome home. Jump directly to free African comics. Brief Overview of African Comics Since about 2016, the popularity of African comics has risen. Many attribute this to the rise of superhero comic book movies particularly the ones produced

  • July 7, 2024By Emmanuel Dankyi

    Creative Beans April 2024 Issue as documented by Emmanuel Dankyi Hi guys, first of all, apologies for releasing this month’s issue a day later than scheduled. The article wasn’t done and I was enjoying the holiday because I don’t play with my holidays. lol. This month’s list has an interesting mix of creative skills &

  • July 4, 2024By Emmanuel Dankyi

    Creative Beans June 2025 Issue June has been an exciting month of creative revelation and finding some amazing African talent, most of which I’ve never known until now. I hope you’ll be as pleasantly surprised as I was going through curating this list. Most of them can be found in the filmmaking, motion design, art

  • June 22, 2024By Kofi Asare

    Calling all South Africa, Nigeria, and DRC Congo artists in the Jungleman art challenge! Here’s your chance to shine in the African Fan Art Challenge and win $250. Whether you’re a seasoned artist or just starting out, this is your opportunity to showcase your talent and passion for African culture. Entries for the challenge close

  • June 7, 2024By Emmanuel Dankyi

    Creative Beans May 2024 Issue as documented by Emmanuel Dankyi Hi guys, it’s me again, your favorite monthly creative blog reporting for duty☺️. I’m a little late on this one because life was really lifing this May and we almost didn’t make it but we’re here. 😮‍💨 But before we begin, tell me why my

  • May 27, 2024By Kadi

    Holy Bat-Signal! The Joker’s going global, y’all. Get ready for a fresh take on the iconic villain as he gets reimagined for the African continent. This isn’t your typical Gotham City throwdown – we’re talking African storytelling with a superhero twist. Zebra Comics, a powerhouse publisher out of Cameroon, is teaming up with DC Comics

  • April 7, 2024By Squid Mag

    Yo, Ghanaian Animators! It’s Time to Get Your Animation Groove On at Annecy! The Annecy International Film Festival is a mega-deal in the world of animation, and guess what? Creation Africa Ghana is giving eight lucky Ghanaian animators the chance to drop their sickest projects right in the middle of the action. That’s right, we’re

  • April 1, 2024By Emmanuel Dankyi

    Creative Beans March 2024 Issue as documented by Emmanuel Dankyi Guys, I’m very sorry. I wish I had a better explanation for this. But remember when I said I’d explain the name in this article? I was thinking of a clever lie to tell about how beans rhyme with beings and some other nonsense but

  • March 19, 2024By Kofi Asare

    The third installment of Frame by Frame Animation Nights was a feast for the senses. The energy was palpable as the sun set over Untamed Empire, a creative hub in Accra. Artists, enthusiasts, and industry leaders mingled to the soothing sounds of an eclectic mix of music, surrounded by the venue’s unique architecture. This was

  • March 13, 2024By Kadi

    Calling all creative souls! The epic Frame x Frame Animation Nights returns for a mind-blowing third edition, and it’s bigger than ever and ready to ignite your passion for animation. Join us at the sprawling Untamed Empire for an immersive, unforgettable experience unlike any other. Over 300 animation enthusiasts will gather to celebrate the art

  • March 1, 2024By Emmanuel Dankyi

    Welcome to the Creative Beans monthly showcase, where we take a look at some of our favorite projects shared by African creatives on the internet. Our goal is to highlight work on the continent that truly deserves all the fire emojis in the world. We’ll be featuring work from 10 creatives every month, ideally from