Readers with an interest in digital art should check out this colorful and dynamic website dedicated to the "celebration of African culture of art, design and technology." The site features work from more than 300 distinct Artists (as of this write-up). Each artist's feature includes images of their work, biographical information, or selected quotations from the artist, and links to their social media profiles, so that visitors can follow artists whose work grabs their attention. The Featured Projects tab, which allows users to filter by artistic medium (e.g. film or print design), is another great starting point for those looking to peruse the site's offerings. Those interested in viewing artworks by Country can also do so. To learn more about the artists themselves and their innovative processes, visit the Interviews section to find profiles with creators like French graphic designer Aurelia Durand. These interviews all feature examples of the artist's work, and some are presented in video form. African Digital Art is directed by its founder, Kenyan digital artist Jepchumba, who Forbes included in their 2012 list of 20 Youngest Power Women in Africa.