Nikhil Singh is an artist, writer, musician and film-maker. They have 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). They have recently written and directed a feature-length film, Trillzone (2014), which was commissioned by the South African National Arts Festival as part of a J.G. Ballard symposium.
As an artist, they have 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, UK, 2009), which was long listed for The Branford Boase Award. Their work has also been featured in Pictures and Words: New Comic Art and Narrative Illustration (Laurence King, 2005), 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.