#WeAreNigerianCreatives – Our Top 10 Creatives

Posted on March 21 2018 , at 04:45 pm
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#WeAreNigerianCreatives has been trending for quite for some time now but finally the hype is dying down. What does this mean? It means we can finally look back and give it up for the submissions that made us retweet and actually wowed us.

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There were hundreds of posts that truly had us appreciating the brilliance of Nigerian creatives but here are our top ten.

10. @Amcalled_nuel

There were a ton of photographers using the hashtag but what stands out about Nuel’s photography is the dreamy, painting-like quality of his work.  Each shot was simple but had so much attention to detail. That’s camera work we will always be here for.

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9. @Tolz_baby

There a lot of people who claim to be special effects artists but only a few of them get it right. From what we can see, Tolani takes things up a notch and knocks it out of the park.

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8. @Josh_Egesi

The cool thing about the ‘Creatives’ hashtag is the fact that it showcased original minds who are thinking out of the box.  Josh and his stunning recycling is an exemplary of this truth.

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7. @Kennwadiogbu

Ken Nwadiogbu’s brain bursting pencil creations had us zooming in to confirm if such a detailed work of art could be made using only a pencil. He made believers out of us all and we are sure he’ll make one out of you.

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6. @Seunandez

Seun Adeyemi’s pointillist creations stand in a lane all its own. They combine the best of Nigerian ancient art with the coolest aspects of  modern day art. Brilliant is clearly an understatement.

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5. @SilasOnoja

Silas Onoja’s realistic paintings are amazing not only because of his exceptional attention to detail, but also because of the seamless blend between art and reality.

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4. @Reedwan_

Its one thing to create art that excites and its another thing to translate such art into a striking digital masterpiece. Reedwan’s artistic style is definitely the new cool and we hope to see more of it.

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3. @Olugbengajimoh

The storytelling nature of art is perhaps its most important and that’s what one thing that Gbenga shows thorough mastery of in his pieces. Clean, striking pieces that will stop in your tracks and leave you in awe.

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2. @Feoluwart

Its really hard to believe that Ife taught herself how to create such remarkable pieces but then again, Nigerians have shown time and time again that they can defy odds with their God given talent.

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1. @UselessRG

We are ending our list with an unconventional type of art that is still finding its foot in Nigeria, programming. Artists like Sopulu bring all of Nigeria, and the world, closer to playing games and using apps created by Nigerians in Nigeria. How cool is that!

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