3 April, 2014 3 April, 2014

Artist’s Corner – Mook Lion

Many have compared surfing to painting on a canvas, so perhaps there’s a reason a lot of artists surf (or so many surfers are artists).

Durban’s Mook Lion is one of these many talented surfer/artists. A lot of his work can be seen around the city of Durban – which he is hoping to make look rad one wall at a time. In recognition of Mook’s talent, we welcome him into our Artist’s Corner and asked him to tell us more about his work.
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Check out more of Mook Lion’s work on facebook.com/MookLion

Or if you have a drab wall that needs to be brought to life, drop Mook an e-mail on mookie.chapman@gmail.com


Know someone whose talent deserves a feature in our Artist’s Corner?
Then mail the ed on calvin@zigzag.co.za and put us in touch.


Click below for interviews with some of the previous artists we’ve featured:
Andries Dunn
Fouche Hough
Andrew Berthelson
Leigh Tuckniss
Chris Brehem


  1. kev
    3 April, 2014 at 7:24 am · Reply

    very cool.

  2. Squijiob
    3 April, 2014 at 10:26 am · Reply

    fucken’ awesome.

  3. Mark Otto
    3 April, 2014 at 11:15 am · Reply

    Really Like the Durban Elephants Photograph!!

  4. Chip
    6 April, 2014 at 6:41 pm · Reply


  5. Lucaso
    9 April, 2014 at 7:32 am · Reply

    Fantasties. Keep up the good vibrations.

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