Artwork series inspired by the Mandela House in Soweto are Beautiful!

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Visual designer of Greek origin and based in Pafos, Cyprus, Charis Tsevis has produced a stunning array of artworks inspired by the typical matchbox house in and around African townships such as Soweto.

Created for an African restaurant in Athens, Greece, and inspired by his love for Africa and it’s unique culture, Charis has created his artworks based around Bricks borrowed from some of these houses, and using custom developed scripts, hacks and techniques in Studio Artist, Adobe Creative Suite and Apple QuickTime Pro, all the while listening to amazing African music.!

 

The water girl. 47.3" x 71.0", Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.
The water girl.  47.3″ x 71.0″, Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.

 

Shaka Zulu 27.6" x 27.6" Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.
Shaka Zulu.  27.6″ x 27.6″ Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.

 

A Zulu girl 41.0" x 55.3", Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.
A Zulu girl.  41.0″ x 55.3″, Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.

 

The Pap lady 41.0" x 55.3", Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.
The Pap lady.  41.0″ x 55.3″, Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.

 

Working mother and child 47.3" x 71.0", Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.
Working mother and child.  47.3″ x 71.0″, Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.

 

Staring at the sun. 86.8" x 45.3" Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.
Staring at the sun.  86.8″ x 45.3″ Digital print (7 colors + white with UV layer) on wood.

 

 

Final art on display.
Final art on display.

 

More information on Charis’ work can be found at: Charis Tsevis