Artoyz Fakestival invited me to produce a new artwork for a group art show.
I recently told you about my participation is an exhibition commissioned by Artoyz.
The show is now open, with a nice collection of artworks by international artists.
The concept behind the show was to produce an artwork based on a fake musical festival poster.
I chose to express my love for Afrobeat in a new drawing.
I illustrate a masked sexy girl from my Societe Des Griffeurs art series, and mixed the slick character drawing with typography experiments.
The artwork is for sale at a very cheap price until the end of the summer.
Enjoy, because you will have the opportunity to afford an original artwork by Mega.
For only 60 euros, this limited edition of Giclee print on 210g Enhanced Epson paper could be yours.
I am not even kidding. Art can be that cheap, thanks to Mega and the Artoyz Fakestival.
Don’t wait, buy one of the 50 pieces of this very limited edition today before it’s too late.
The size of the art print I did for the Artoyz Fakestival is 40x60cm.
You can see various Afrobeat band in the artwork. Some of you may recognize some of the names in the illustration.
I did some work on fonts with the names of Osibisa, Kalala Afrorock, Fela Kuti, Mahmoud Ahmed, Oneness Of Juju, Segun Okeji, Aye Keta, Blo, Rob, Kokolo, and Buari.
Those legendary African musicians inspired this new illustration, and I hope that you will love the artwork as much as I love their music.
The exhibition featured some of the top international artists from the new generation.
Alongside myself (Mega), you could see art pieces from Atomike Studio, Auregrafik, Denis Carrier, Craiion, Cuypi, Førtifem, Georges Le Mercenaire, le crew des Haterz, Horsujet, iLK, Alexandre Nacache, Niark, Franck Pellegrino, Sang Noir Studio, Short, Theoze, and Tougui.
The exhibition was organized with the support of Grolsch, Graffiti Art Magazine, Be Street, Sneakers and Ugly Mely.