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VS50 – Omolade Anigioro

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Omonicrown_Art is a signature name for Omolade Anigioro, a young Lagos based visual artist, graphics designer, painter and illustrator. Omolade mostly features his craft on his social media page where he has some amazing illustration of everyday life and trends of the Nigerian community. In August 2018, Omolade won the price for the sketchathon competition hosted by MerryBet, a visual gaming and online betting service provider.

He continues to progress in his arts by making exclusive and unique content that revolves around the media and happenings in Nigeria, particularly in Lagos state – the country’s largest art hub. Omonicrown_Art concept is inspired by the drive for creativity, passion and expression of the arts and lives of the Nigerian community. Omolade has had his work featured in newspapers, E-magazines and a hosts of other platforms that are not just art oriented, but also have an eye for creativity and including young artists.

The creative industry is a sector that encompasses expressions in art and film to fashion and architecture. It is one of the most rapidly growing sectors globally and social media has allowed creators widen the reach of their message. VS50 merits the achievements of futurists that have inspired us through street culture, film and art and pushed our imagination through design and creative content.

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