Uganda Artist: African Art today

African Art today

African Art today


African Art comes in many themes; graphics,animation,illustration,photography,audio,video,sculptures, installation,etc. However, the colonialists have hijacked all these themes and monopolised them.

African Graphics Art

African Graphics Art from East-Africa

African Modern Art: African Comic Art

African Modern Art: African Comic Art


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African Monster from the virunga mountains has been stealing goats from the village.

African Art today

African Art today


African Art today

African Art today

African Art is not limited to what you see in European imagination, but a wide metaverse of creation. The only limit is mental slavery and imagination.

African Modern Art

African Modern Art


African Modern Art

African Modern Art


Islam in African Modern Art

Islam in African Modern Art

I’ve been asked, why I like drawing human characters; Uh, this is gonna sound crazy but I thought, that it would be a great thing to transform this art to second life(LF)-the online metaverse that has taken the world by storm. Individuals and companies are entering that 3D virtual world in their millions and many predict that second life is the future of the web and online shopping. With some good Arty skill, you can earn 800 Lindens($200) per hour.

African Modern Art

African Modern Art

African Modern Art is the future for contemporary Art in Africa. My advice to African Artists, Don't let Europeans tell you how to do your Art, just do your thing and one day it will pay off!!

African Modern Art is the future for contemporary Art in Africa. My advice to African Artists, Don't let Europeans tell you how to do your Art, just do your thing and one day it will pay off!!


London Notting Hill Carnival 2006
London Notting Hill Carnival
London Notting Hill Carnival 2006
London Notting Hill Carnival
London Notting Hill Carnival 2006
London Notting Hill Carnival
London Notting Hill Carnival 2006
London Notting Hill Carnival
Photography by: Joram jojo

London Notting Hill Carnival 2006

London Notting Hill Carnival 2006

London
My Piece of Art, promoting modern African Art on display in London,
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African Art for tommorow
Queen Nefertiti

Did you know that Queen Nefertiti had a Negroid Nose and it was destroyed to rewrite history?
Queen Nefertiti

London Corner-shop
Installation of an African life in Europe

Waiting for the Boss

Street installation: Bosses seem to enjoy playing the waiting game!

The singing Hoover

Funny world, the street cleaning machine on Chelsea’s Fulham Road, was blazing Spice Girl’s music,Girl Power!!!

A Girls Best Friend!
Sister in Chelsea, plotting how to Look A million Dollar. Unlike in third world countries , image is your Papa and Mama in Western Countries.
A Girls Best Friend!

African Modern Art

African Modern Art


African Modern Art

African Modern Art


African Modern Art

African Modern Art


African Modern Art

African Modern Art

African Virtual University

Credit to joram jojo

London Notting Hill Carnival

London Notting Hill Carnival

London Notting Hill Carnival
The White man’s Art

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London Notting Hill Carnival

London Notting Hill Carnival
This Arty looking babe tried to chat me up…

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London Notting Hill Carnival

London Notting Hill Carnival

London Notting Hill Carnival
Ethiopia calling…

London Notting Hill Carnival

London Notting Hill Carnival

London Notting Hill Carnival

Notting Hill carnival 2010
This year’s Notting Hill carnival was a bit quite-the floats were less, compared to last year.
What was also new, there were few black people(Africans) and more white people-in the past years,you saw more black revellers but now the number has dwindled.
Notting Hill carnival 2010
There were less metal barriers between the revellers and floats-this became a nightmare as you had the facebook generation jumping into the floats to be photographed by their friends-indeed, they became a nuisance to everyone’s liking.
Notting Hill carnival 2010

However, the atmosphere was calm and no incidents of violence were visible. Not very sure if I would go back next year, as the buzz was missing.
Notting Hill carnival 2010
But, overall the organisers did a wonderful job, and who knows, maybe after the credit crunch the crazy people will be in the area at next-year’s carnival.
Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

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Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

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Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

Notting Hill carnival 2010

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London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010

London Notting Hill carnival 2010


more photos to come…

All work is credited to Joram jojo

African Art

African modern Art


After being denied the space to express myself by (You know yourselves) various media houses and their collaborators disguised as civil society, Free Uganda Critical Media has allowed me to use their platform. I appreciate guys!!

I’ll kick off with experimental Art:
African Art

African contemporary Art

My Fans want to know what I’m up too???
I can say to them that, you won’t be disappointed with what is to come-just be patient with me!

African Art

African contemporary art


I consider this art as work still in progress..,call it props for some mind-bending art to come!
African art

African modern art


African art

African modern art

African art

African modern art

African art

African modern art

Uganda 3D Art
In this issue I’ll continue were I left from last time. This Art is not the usual stuff I normally do, its just that i I’m trying to escape from the mindset of my usual work(3D Animation). I wanted to put out some stuff, so that Ugandan students of Animation at Makerere university can be inspired to do dark 3D art.

Uganda Art

armada of futuristic transporters



Uganda Art
Uganda art

Outer space


In this piece, I was inspired by Professor Stephen W. Hawking, life in the universe documentary, Maybe some planets have life and no gravity-everything just floats, while the ground spins, endlessly-I reckon with such planet, the technology could be 1 million years superior than ours.
African Art

African 3D Art

African art

Outer space station

Uganda 3D art

Uganda art

Uganda art

Uganda art

Uganda art

maybe, on some planets this is how they eat..

African Artr
Maybe, this could be the way people on other planets go to toilet-a bit like barbecuing oneself…

African Art

African Art

transportation on planets similar to ours could be something like this

African modern art

Maybe..maybe, some planets could look like this

Uganda Art
This Art is a continuation from the last post-inspiring Uganda students of Animation. Just like I said before, think dark and break the rules,don’t chicken to experiment, because art is all about experimentation,always make sketches-planning is the key to success.
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This chopper is somewhere in the virunga Area..

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uganda art
uganda art

Let’s play Art this year….I look forwards to posting some animation here sometimes this year!

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Colonising outer limits

The space vehicle landing...

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uganda art

uganda art

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Sometimes when we put limits to our creativity,we tend to shortchange ourselves. Creativity should not have limits-i.e. African art should look like this, you should use these colors,that is offensive “political correctness from insecure people”, etc.
Don’t let people tell you how to be creative-create and let them judge afterwards and always allow criticism as its your driver to success. Its only losers that hate criticism-even great prophets like Jesus and Mohammed(peace be upon them) had critics.
Uganda Art
Always enjoy your art-have fun and don’t try to please [critics] as you’ll never come out of the conformity cocoon.

African Art
Break the rules when creating Art, don’t limit yourself to mental slavery-remember your brains are there to be used and not suppressed from thinking beyond the norm…

I believe in a parallel universe, were they’re multiple billions of copies of everything living on this planet, maybe another copy of you, could be living like this…hahaha!

alien planet

alien planet

alien planet

alien planet

alien planet

alien planet

alien planet

alien planet

alien planet

alien planet

alien planet

Maybe in our parallel universe, weird things happen..

Maybe this could be the original you on another planet -hahaha..

I believe we’re all holograms and that’s why we have fucked up holograms like yoweri museveni, Hosni Mubarak, Paul Kagame, etc.

To be continued…

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