Afro Futuristic visual art is born of Rhythmism. Onli's shown to positive acclaim with Cool Globes, The Tubman Museum, MCA, New Museum of Contemporary Art, The Krannert Museum, OSUN, Younger Gallery, UIC, The DuSable Museum, Chicago Children's Museum, The FIAP in Paris, with his compelling future-primitif expressions which he termed as "Rhythmism" in the early 1970s during his tenure with B.A.G.. Educators, collectors, curators, critics, publishers and students are.. " Welcome!"
Installation series from ONLI STUDIOS presented at the DuSable Museum in Chicago.
Monday, April 17, 2017
Ms M-Brown, a spoken wordsmith reading a Rhythmistic graphic novel about the origin of "Susthah-Girl, Queen of the Black Age" from ONLI STUDIOS.
"NOG: Nubian of Greatness", is the character & hero that opened the door to the growing Black Age of Comics movement & genre when it was published by ONLI STUDIOS in 1981. NOG was created in 1978 and ran as a strip in the Chicago Defender daily newspaper. Now it comes in a Rhythmisticly colored Graphic Novel from ONLI STUDIOS, Colored by the ever talented Ashley A. Woods.