Yann Kumbozi is a scenarist, illustrator and publisher of his own auteur comics. In this interview he explains why fiction is often more interesting for him than reality.
Creating a comic strip requires a lot of work, especially for the cartoonist. Here the artists Barly Baruti and Al’Mata show their working methods and the special drawing techniques that makes their styles so extraordinary.
In a media discourse, anti-racist proclamations are applied to colonial monuments, accompanied by a Congolese artist who does not want to be one. With a text by Sinzo Aanza and drawings by Asimba Bathy, Papa Mfumu’eto and Thembo Kash.
During a studio visit to Rocky Production in Kinshasa, we learn more about its production processes of art and craft, as well as the local demand for popular stories.