Introducing our first coffee table book, #WhatItTakesBook a collection of advice & a guide from African creatives who have shown that they have what it takes to pursue the creative life succeed, fail and keep moving forward!PRE-ORDER
We speak to the Johannesburg based storyboard artist, illustrator and animator about his journey as a creative, work and being both an educator and creative practitioner.
We speak to Andrew Simelane Co-Founder and CEO of Blacknation an independent digital, and television production agency that produces #POPLITICAL content aimed at the Pan African Youth.
We speak to Íria Marina a Maputo based photographer, filmmaker & Designer and Co-Founder of natural hair and body products company Ancestori Living. She recently participated in the #CreativeHustles event on filmmaking in Maputo alongside Maputo based producer Peter Gudo and UK based filmmaker Shola Amoo in partnership with British Council.
Join our founder dillion s. phiri as he visits and elicits Advice from over 60 young African creatives who have made it work as a passion and business.SHOP NOW
Limited edition Tote bag celebrating our “What it Takes” book.SHOP NOW
Limited edition Official Creative Nestlings LOGO TOTE.SHOP NOW
Limited edition print on Fedrigoni Tintoretto Gesso 250gsmSHOP NOW
'What it Takes!' is a guide and muse for other young African creatives, and a glimpse into the road less taken through the advice of our fellow African creatives as curated by Creative Nestlings..View Project
In partnership witn British Council we are hosting a series of talks across South Africa, the talks aim to inspire young creatives and get a pulse of the state of creative economy in the region.View Project
In partnership witn British Council we are currently mapping the creative hubs on the continent and researching the state of hubs on the continent starting with Southern Africa region.View Project
We speak to London based freelance Integrated Designer, Art Director Kara Atwell-Bennett and Founder and Creative Director of BetterShared.co an online platform showcasing emerging and established creatives of the African diaspora.
We speak to New York based Haitian photographer and architect about her journey as a creative and the work she has recently completed.
We took time to chat to Yannis Davy a young photographer from Gabon (Central Africa) currently living in the Toronto Area (Mississauga) in Canada. We spoke about young people connecting with each other, being young & black in Toronto & his travels.
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