comic art by Zanele Mashinini (1986)

Zanele Mashinini is a visual artist and AIDS Activist, born in one of the oldest townships in Soweto (Orlando East). He was tutored by a number of leading South African cultural practitioners, including Cyril Manganyi, Mzwakhe Nhlabatsi, Kevin Humphrey and George Hallet. Zanele Mashinini's work is used extensively on banners, posters and struggle material in the eighties. He has contributed among others to P.A.X., the publication of the Durban Comix Circle, in the 1980s.

comic art by Zanele Mashinini (1986)

Last updated: 2007-06-16

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