Interview: Graphic Design in Africa

My process of thought is to make things very simple yet deep in meaning as stories within one pictorial a fusion of minimalism and surrealism.

MOMBASA, Kenya, March 16, 2020/-- This Monday we get to briefly hear from Nuru Bahati a professional graphic designer based in Mombasa, Kenya.

Let Kikao begin...

[Question 1] Welcome to Kikao. Who is Nuru?

Thanks Kikao, Nuru is a creative minded individual.

[Question 2] You have been in the industry for a reasonable time. Share your experiences.

Yes. I've been in the industry for a reasonable time. I've so many experience although the gem that I got is stay simple, stay humble and always be fair and honest in any dealings.

[Question 3] In what ways have you leveraged the power of technology in your work?

The way I've leverage the power of technology is by using social media as business and social awareness campaigns to give a voice to the voiceless through my art.

[Question 4] Your approach to Graphic Design is novel. Take us through your thought process.

My process of thought is to make things very simple yet deep in meaning as stories within one pictorial a fusion of minimalism and surrealism.

[Question 5] Exposure never pays Bills. Explain further?

Exposure never pays bills, means everyone makes money of an artist expression of different art forms yet the artist gets no financial rewards and mostly the media gets all the financial rewards.

[Question 6] What are you currently reading?

What I'm currently reading is the Bible.

[Question 7] As we close; how is Mombasa?

Mombasa is fine although we've a lot of work to do in terms of policy making that actual pay artists.

The written interview was compiled by Phineahs Munene – Co-founder of Wazo Moja for Nuru Bahati – of Nuru

Distributed by Wazo Moja on behalf of Nuru

SOURCE

Nuru