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It Is Always Darkest Before Dawn

ARTIST: TREVOR NCUBECOUNTRY: ZIMBABWEMATERIALS USED: PHOTO, FILTER EFFECTS This illustrates how art is resilient in the sense that no matter how much hard things get...

COVID-19 Had Made Me Aware Of Positive And False Information

ARTIST: BENJAMIN MILANZICOUNTRY: MALAWIMATERIALS USED: ADOBE PHOTOSHOP As a Malawian, I've never followed trusted sources of information but due to the COVID-19, I have learn...

LOCKDOWN

ARTIST: RUTENDO HWINDINGWICOUNTRY: ZIMBABWEMATERIALS USED: PEN, PAPER Life as we know it, is full of laughter, fun, socializing and mixing with friends and relatives though...

A Guardian’s Ordeal Under Quarantine

ARTIST: TAMUDA GOGODOCOUNTRY: ZIMBABWEMATERIALS USED: PENCILS, BLACK PEN This Illustration depicts the experiences as well as the challenges that many  guardians are facing glabally during...

PULL APART

ARTIST: DANAI CHIMEDZACOUNTRY: ZIMBABWEMATERIALS USED: COFFEE, WATERCOLOUR PAINT, FINE LINER There is something about the Physical touch of the air outside that slithers through the...

How I See It

ARTIST: ELYSÉE KALUNGWECOUNTRY: ZIMBABWEMATERIALS USED: ACRYLIC PAINT on WATERCOLOUR PAPER The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time and the...

Family Life With COVID-19

ARTIST: AQHAMA MDLELENICOUNTRY: SOUTH AFRICAMATERIALS USED: PENCIL, PENCIL CRAYON on PAPER For a minute I personally felt as if I’d get some rest from everything...

Corona Virus The Social Shaker

ARTIST: MEMORY BVUNGOCOUNTRY: ZIMBABWEMATERIALS USED: PENCIL, OIL PASTELS, MANILA and PENCIL COLOURS This piece depicts how the pandemic has taken the world by storm. The...

Hiatus

ARTIST: LETHABO HUMACOUNTRY: SOUTH AFRICAMATERIALS USED: PROCREATE on TABLET The theme behind “Hiatus” is about the interruption and silence of life around one who is...

Squashed

ARTIST: CHRISTINA KAONGACOUNTRY: MALAWIMATERIALS USED: GRAPHITE PENCILS, B, HB, 3B & 2B This piece talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to stay...
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