Mama Africa

Pencil Portrait of KSM

Kwaku Sintim-Misa was born the fifth of six siblings on December 5, 1956 in the city of Kumasi. He attended UST Primary School, the Presby Boys Secondary School (PRESEC), and Prempeh College. After completing college, he received specialized training at the renowned National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) in Accra. Anxious for deeper investigation into…

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Shower Time Pencil Art

Shower Time Pencil Art by Theopencil Art Stages Video Presentation Shower time art was inspired by how most Africans and other poor countries around the world have their bath and shower using the bucket. Most homes in Africa doesn’t have a proper bath and shower system like the once in the Western and European countries.…

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Papa Kente Pencil Art

Papa Kente Pencil Art by Theopencil. “Papa” Means an Elderly Man and in the Akan language and “Kente” is a cloth, known as nwentoma in Akan, is a type of silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven cloth strips and is native to the Akan ethnic group of South Ghana. So Papa Kente refers to a Elderly…

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Half Blind Pencil Art

Half Blind Man Pencil Art by Theopencil   Blindness Poem By Eddie Starr In this world today it seems so many people are blinded. By selfishness among other things, this is truly sad. They have a intelligent mind, but its hidden from others. Because of the selfishness that they are caught up in now. So its hard…

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