Our favourites from the #WeAreNigerianCreatives hashtag
The tweet went viral with many artists responding by sharing examples of their best work. This created an amazing online collection of Nigerian art for the world to see. We’ve curated some of our favourite ‘We Are Nigerian Creatives’ posts below for you to enjoy, appreciate and retweet.
— Harrison (@tyinfaowei) February 28, 2018
The negative parts of Naija are being recognised more than the positives. While we pray for things to improve, we want change that viewpoint and show the world that Nigerians have a lot to offer in the creative light. I’m a Nigerian Ballpoint pen artist #WeAreNigerianCreatives pic.twitter.com/1dSC9FhTOc
— Larry Tamara (@tamster_c) February 23, 2018
— Ifeoluwa .O (@feoluwart) February 27, 2018
My Name is Ikechukwu Nnadi and I come from a place where everyone is a genius.
The struggle is real, the life is colourful and the people are full of ideas.
I am a Nigerian,🇳🇬 and this is my story. #WeAreNigerianCreatives pic.twitter.com/xiOHX4xJf4
— Ikechukwu Nnadi 🇳🇬 (@NnadiArts1) February 23, 2018
Marcellina Oseghale Akpojotor
— Marcellina Akpojotor (@MarcellinaOA) March 1, 2018
— Mel.Ogb.Art (@mel_ogb) February 25, 2018
— mohammed agbadi (@mohammedagbadi) February 28, 2018
— Alabi Mayowa (@Shutabug) February 26, 2018
— Ken Nwadiogbu (@kennwadiogbu) February 23, 2018
— Temi Danso Art (@Temi_Danso) February 23, 2018
— Jekein Lato-Unah (@jekeinlatounah) February 28, 2018
To see more of the inspiring work which was shared as part of the #WeAreNigerianCreatives hashtag visit Twitter.