Multi-disciplinary Artist, Abraham Nsoh Abene joins The Chronicity and Care in African Contexts Project as our Artist-in-Health Partner

Abraham Nsoh Abene is a multi-disciplinary artist, illustrator, comic and concept artist, with a passion for creating captivating and imaginative works of art.

He Pursued a degree in Fine Arts from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. His works span a wide range of styles and he mostly work digitally, from intricate pen and ink drawings to bold and colorful digital illustrations. He has created artworks for a variety of clients, companies and publishers.

In addition to commercial work, Abraham Nsoh Abene is also a talented comic and concept artist. His comic work often features complex characters and intricate storylines, while His concept art transports viewers to fantastical worlds filled with breathtaking themes.

Abraham Nsoh Abene is constantly pushing himself to experiment with new techniques and styles, always striving to improve His work and create something truly unique all the time.


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