THE HONEYMOON

In the first of its kind on Design233, we pair Painting and Poetry revealing the intricate relationships between these two forms of art, how one form can be instigated by the other. In The Honeymoon, Makafui and his anonymous friend express the trage ...
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IN THE HEART OF ASHANTI

Kumasi, fondly called the Garden City, is the cultural center of Ghana and Adum, its business district sits right in the heart of this city bursting with color, life, music and art. The central nerve of Adum is Prempeh II Street, a point of convergen ...
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EFYA: LOVE GENESIS

If I could recreate her into a cartoon character, she would be a cross between a cape toting Power Puff Girl and Jessica Rabbit, but that would only represent her “Girl Power” and “Fashionista” character traits – and Ghana’s Afro-Soul sin ...
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KYEKYEKU

Looking introspectively to my college days in KNUST and performing with Kyekyeku in the Jazz Central Band, it is wonderful to see how far he has come as an artiste. He never ceased to amaze me then and continues to amaze me with his music and guitar ...
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YEDE BEADS

Poetry, Music, Art,…interestingly these are the words that come to mind whilst speaking with Yede Hayford about her exclusive brand jewelry, Yede Beads. Yede pursues an ancient Ghanaian tradition of beading in her line, combining precious Krobo ...
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E.L

E.L has become an iconic name for music from Ghana and across the African continent. His signature “This is Crazy Chaleee!” before he dives into his songs has become an endearing term to many, especially within the Ghanaian circles. And o ...
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