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Above & Below with Akinboye Sunkanmi

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Boye is a Nigeria-based Illustrator, specialized in comic books and graphic novels. My work explores narrative and African storytelling through traditional and digital illustration. He explores media ranging from gouache and ink-wash to digital paintings.

My practice has led me to work for clients such as Farafina Magazine, Onward Paper Mill, True Tarpan UK, FansConnectOnline Limited; the creators of the award-winning Afrinolly App, CSED; publishers of the first ever Nigerian sports-themed Graphic Novel; Nigerian Golden Legends and YouNeek Studios Maryland, USA, publisher of the critically acclaimed E.X.O Graphic Novel featured on CNN Africa, Mashable, Forbes and BBC, released August 2015

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