#WeAreNigerianCreativesHis artworks, like many other Nigerian artists’, is published on Twitter, due to a popular hashtag, #WeAreNigerianCreatives, which is geared to promote Nigerian creatives as they do not get enough recognition for their work and talent.
My name is John Owoh, and I’m a pencil artist from Nigeria.Here is some of my recent work#WeAreNigerianCreatives pic.twitter.com/9dJrPaAlW7 — John Owoh (@iamjohnowoh) April 11, 2018
Olaloye Bunmi, numerous artists are showcasing their beautiful works on the digital space. The hashtag has gone viral since it appeared on the 22nd February, 2018, and has been used over 50,000 times by Nigerians at home and in the diaspora. Although the waves of publicity had dampened, the campaign still resonates on our timelines because as we know, the internet never forgets.
These are not photographs. ?They’re graphite and charcoal drawings by Arinze Stanley ( @Harinzeyart )RT to show the world! pic.twitter.com/Wxpit5TPma — #WeAreNigerianCreatives (@artmonnk) April 13, 2018
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