South Africa
Nikhil Singh 
Nikhil Singh is a self-taught artist, writer, musician and film-maker. As an artist, he has illustrated the graphic novels: The Ziggurat (Bell-Roberts 2003) by The Constructus Corporation (now Die Antwoord) and Salem Brownstone with writer John Harris Dunning (Walker Books 2009). 
His work has also been featured in Dazed, I-D online, Creative Review, The Times (UK), Mail&Guardian (UK), The Independent (UK), Rolling Stone (SA), GQ (SA) and featured as part of the COMICA festival exhibition at the ICA.  
As a musician he has fronted the critically acclaimed South African art-rock bands The Wild Eyes and Hi Spider, as well as releasing a plethora of solo albums under the moniker 'Witchboy' (released on Aural Sects). He has also recently written and directed a feature length film Trillzone (2014), which was commissioned by and screened at the South African National Arts festival as part of a JG Ballard symposium. Taty Went West is his debut novel. 
Taty Went West, 2015, Kwani Trust