Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Aiesec is a platform for young individuals to discover and develop their potentials. I had tapped into this during my active days in the organization. I have made quite handful of designs for aiesec since I joined in 2004. My designs are artistic and African; it encourages cultural exchange among aiesec members. Till date I still produce for aiesec this dynamic aiesecer shirt…..
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I first laid hand on Glass Art popularly known as Stained glass in 2006. It was my research project at my final year at the University of benin.
The beauty of it is that l work directly on the mirror glass with an embellishment of acrylic paint. You can look at your self in the mirror and as well appreciate beautiful work of art.
I plan to explore more into it at an artist-in-residency programme outside the shore of Nigeria.
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You need not to visit a gallery to have a feel of art today...a copy of my outfit will give you a sensational feeling of a masterpiece. My design will not just fit you as clothing; it will turn you into a piece of art work. IT'S A WEARABLE ART, a mix of traditional tie & die and contemporary print and design. A fusion of art into fashion it is. It's quite affordable for every one and you can package it as a gift for your loved ones on special occasions.It's not just clothing, it's a piece of art.
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Tuesday, September 16, 2008
OLUSEGUN AT THE DYNAMIC SISTERS' STAND... Chindima, Ayoola, Mrs ?...
OLUSEGUN AND THE MD OF ART WORLD, LAGOS
OLUSEGUN AND OLOJO K. K.
OLU AND CHIINDIMA
Monday, September 15, 2008
My art has in the past enjoyed the appraisal of the media, both print and electronic. The first of its kind was on aiesec in Columbia, North America official web site at http://www1.eafit.edu.co/aiesec/NEWS/E10/ASP/afuera2.php in the year 2005.
Same year, I featured on the BUSINESS DAY newspaper, November 14, 2005, page 10 of the small business journal.
October 2007, myself and my friend Dacosta Adeoye featured on TAAKRA TV programme anchored by Diane Oputa (Charley boy’s wife). The programme runs on NTA 2, Channel 5 every Fridays afternoon.
Thus far God has given the grace; I look forward on getting on BBC, CNN, SKY TV in the near future. My full portfolio can be view on www.coroflot.com/adeniyi