Anwar Sadat Nakibinge, 28, is the second of three artist brothers from Bweyogerere. As a child, he’d use charcoal and chalk he “borrowed” from school to draw muscle-men on any freshly painted wall, and remembers being beaten for it too! He made paintings and collages out of offcuts from his mother’s tailoring. He used to give his paintings away, but was encouraged when he found people hung them up in their houses. He sold his first painting at AKA Gallery in Nakasero in 2004.