Calvin Kiama Mukoko is a visual practitioner who blends elements between tangible and digital works. He investigates a variety of mediums, mostly focusing on practices such as photography, illustration, and fashion; delving into the realm of sustainability in fashion and investigating the concept of masculinity, parodies, and portraits, interweaving their relationship with identity. These topics form a core focus and provide a rich foundation for his artistic expression
He examines aspects such as the "rule of cool", as coined by Steve Loter, understanding that art serves as a methodology of research and understanding, a dissection of the human psyche, and how this translates to an aesthetical visual design in reference to other practitioners.
As a London-born artist, he is familiar with representation and explores the fields of identity and design. Initially, he honed his skills as an illustrator, drawing inspiration from mangakas such as Hirihiko Araki, as well as collaborating with fellow artists and designers to refine his craft.