Production Assistant: Hannah Clark B-Camera: Joshua Nartey & Solomon Armah
 Styling & Fire Choreography: Prince Aryee Body painting & Acrobatic Choreography: Emmanuel Laryea Editor: Tom Ringsby Colourist: Andi Chu @ Black Kite Studios Title design: Sam Osmond MUSIC Original music composed, recorded and mixed by Dicky at Migration Studios Hand drums and flute performed by Jah Izi Xylophone performed by Alex Andre K Akpe 5.1 Mix by Bendik Toming @ Family Day Recordings Vocal performances by: Prince Aryee Bright Anokye Solomon Kotey Neequaye Augustus Lutterodt Emmanuel Laryea Migration Studios assistant: Lettice Weedie Shot on Kodak film Processed at Kodak Film Lab UK 
An Intergalactic Studios Production THANKS Abajo, Madam Gold, Akosia, Black Jesus, Vuyo, Philip Syse, Henry Gill, Rhory Danniells, Simon Halsall, Frogner Kino One Love.




Amaarae - Wasted Eyes




King Promise - Ginger




Paa Joe Famous Fantasy Coffin Maker From Ghana

In Ghana you can be buried in a conventional coffin or you have one made to your personal likings. We visited Paa Joe north of Accra, he's famous for his creative coffin creatons around the world. When we visited, my favorite coffin was the one of a running shoe and I also liked the chameleon coffin.




Larry Jay SS21 (Nomad) Presentation

The NOMAD collection emphasizes tradition and comfort. That is always important to us. We started work on this collection, with as much enthusiasm as promised by the beginning of a new year, in February 2020. We dubbed it NOMAD, considering our cherished clients and lovers of the Larry Jay brand around the world who inspire us the most with their dynamic and worldly interests. The Larry Jay man or woman is unique and individualistic. They like to travel, explore, learn about people and their cultures and have a progressive view about the world. They have a profound appreciation for nature and all its beauty and wonder. They are the reason we are inspired to create timeless pieces that tell our story unequivocally. Slightly stalled but not discontinued, NOMAD was still born. Having been rocked with a global pandemic, a race war and several injustices towards LGBTQ+ persons, the world had to come to a standstill. It irreverently dampened our zeal to create knowing that the world was going through unprecedented times. We could only stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters across the world but the journey to forging a global community was greatly affected. In coming up with the concept for our debut (Fashion Show), we decided to have models of different races, religious and cultural backgrounds to remind us that we are all one people cut from the same fabric of love. This was our little way of continuing to tell the LARRY JAY story while hoping that we continue to stand in solidarity and support one another. Fabrics from our AW19 collections to date, have been hand tied and dyed with vintage techniques by our Guinean artisan migrants living here in Ghana. These artisans have migrated across communities in West Africa and settled in some parts where they found peace and can enhance their livelihoods and also trade. We have a holistic approach to creating our pieces. We work hand in hand with indigenous artisans and craftsmen to create our fashion clothes and accessories.





"Back to Basics" Atto Tetteh Spring/Summer '22 collection teaser




Studio visit with Kojo Marfo

JD Malat Gallery visited the studio of Ghanaian artist Kojo Marfo to find out more about his practice and the inspiration behind his work.




Cecilia Lamptey-Botchway MAKE WE DANCE

Inspired by dance and movement, artist, Cecilia Lamptey-Botchway talks about her recent exhibition titled 'Make We Dance' at the Nubuke Foundation. Her works portray the fluidity of dance and the power of movement.




Theresah Ankomah - Look at We

Theresah Ankomah is an artist who lives and works in Accra, Ghana. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Art and a Master of Fine Art Degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi-Ghana. In 2017, she won the first runner up prize of the Kuenyehia Prize for Contemporary Art. Her artistic practice is expressed through performative installation. Ankomah has been working with kenaf woven baskets, strings, ropes, raffia and royal palm leaves as her principal material to explore the intricacies of ‘weaving’ through complexities of art historical ‘craft’ as well as trade, geopolitics, gender and capitalism.




Amoako Boafo | I STAND BY ME




Amaarae - SAD GIRLZ LUV MONEY ft Moliy

Co-Starring: Princess Adjua Asie Abbla Unique Bijoue Makeup: Giselle Ali & Elizabeth Boateng Hair: Dufie




El Anatsui

El Anatsui has carved a name for himself with his monumental hanging sculptures made with recycled metal scraps. As imposing and spectacular as they are pliable and fragile, these works have been exhibited in some of the world's most prestigious institutions, most recently at Munich's Haus der Kunst and in the Venice Biennale's first Ghana Pavilion. Hours before the inauguration in Venice, Anatsui talked to Art Basel about the need to keep things light.

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