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Netflix greenlights its very first Nigerian series.

In just days after the arrival of Netflix in Nigeria – Netflix Naija, we have the very first Nigerian Netflix Original in the works. Exciting times ahead for the creative industry and the Nigerian entertainment industry. The untitled six part series will be co-directed by Akin Omotosho, C.J. Obasi and Daniel Oriahi, produced by Kemi …

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Nigerian Native and University of Minnesota student, Taoheed Bayo designs for NIKE.

Nigerian Native and University of Minnesota student, Taoheed Bayo won a design challenge and set out a design a pair of sneakers that connected to his Nigerian heritage. Shortly after Nike had put the word out, it was seeking designers to produce a unique pair of sneakers, Taoheed ,21, was amongst three dozen individuals chosen …

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A Photo Series With A Message Against Political Corruption

In recent times, Nigerian Youths have continued to use creative means to express several aspects of life and living. Photographer Ifebusola Shotunde’s new photo series – No Place For Our Dreams, seeks to do just that, utilizing photography and augmented reality to narrate a story that presents the adverse consequences of immoral acts on the people, …

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Check out the work of hyper-realist artist Oscar Ukonu

Oscar Ukonu, is a self-taught Nigerian artist who draws with a ballpoint pen. Ukonu who began drawing at the age of nine, says he deviated from mainstream graphite pencils to using a biro in 2014 because it felt more comfortable for him. “With photorealism as my genre of art, the ballpen’s definite and steady feature …

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