All posts tagged in Creo Concepts

  • May 4, 2020By Kadi

    Nils Britwum is a Ghanaian digital artist famous as the creative director and co-founder of Creō Concepts and his work depicting African peoples (especially women) in a majestic and positive light. My work is mainly focused on inspiring greatness in people, especially the black community. I also hope to encourage or inspire other young creators

  • January 14, 2019By Kadi

    2018 will forever be remembered as the year comic book legend and king of movie cameos, Stan Lee passed away. Last year will also be remembered as the first time Squid Mag celebrated Frank Odoi, a pioneer of comics in Ghana and Kenya with his Akokhan comic series. In their absence are several goggle-eyed creators

  • May 17, 2018By Kadi

    Animation is not one of the things that come to mind when you think of MTN Ghana. The telco is well known for many innovations from fast and reliable 4G LTE internet to nationwide mobile penetration and more. Yet, MTN Ghana has been championing animation in Ghana in its own way for the last three years

  • February 9, 2018By Sydney Asare

    From the makers of Hogan Toons and the wildly popular Ghanaba Series comes the Think Like CREŌ Workshop. Creō Concepts will be organising workshops and seminars on 2D character development and 3D animation slated for 3 Saturdays in February this year; i.e. 10th, 17th & 24th February 2018. This offering will disentangle the way in which narrative and visual techniques

  • April 6, 2017By Kevin Sampong

    Comics and Smoothies is coming to Accra by way of Lagos and we can’t contain our excitement. We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve teamed up with Vortex INC to present Comics and Smoothies. Comics and Smoothies is a free informal gathering to talk African comics, games and animation. We’ll be discussing the way forward for African comics,

  • March 8, 2016By Sydney Asare

    I doubt sheer creative tenacity alone drove Creō Concepts to create the visually stimulating depictions of Ghanaian female day names. Rather, I presume it was their passion to showcase our beautiful culture as much as it was to promote the ever-expanding Ghanaba movement’s online presence. My curiosity was piqued after seeing a few illustrations that the