Michelle Ejiro

22 Articles

Muyiwa Akhigbe’s Diary: “If I don’t make music, I’ll die.”

The protean creative, Muyiwa Akhigbe is an art director, singer, visual artist and the cofounder of Gliitzscape, an advertising agency…

Michelle Ejiro 6 Min Read

Aanuoluwa Ajide-Daniels’ Diary: The Beauty Boy’s Hack to Success is Uniqueness

Beauty is said to lie in the eyes of the beholder, but for works created by the versatile Beauty Boy…

Michelle Ejiro 7 Min Read

Dieko Lawore’s Diary: This Fashion Illustrator Watches Anime to Concentrate While Working 

Dieko Lawore, is a fashion designer and illustrator who creates 3D fashion art for pre-production, advertising, and editorial purposes. Dieko…

Michelle Ejiro 7 Min Read

Edward’s Diary: Meet the Barber Who Rates His Job 100/10

Featured on this episode of the Creative Diary is a barber and content creator from Lagos, Nigeria. Edward Joseph ventured…

Michelle Ejiro 7 Min Read

Visual Artist Yusuf Mubaraq Runs Us Through His Typical Day as a Creative

Yusuf Mubaraq is a self-taught visual artist from Nigeria. His works have been exhibited virtually with “Tribes African Art Gallery”…

Michelle Ejiro 4 Min Read

How Sunmisola Olorunnisola is using Nude Art to Desexualise Female Bodies

Nudity is sternly frowned upon in conservative societies, and it's no different in Nigeria, one of the predominantly religious countries…

Michelle Ejiro 10 Min Read

Ibejii: The New Alté King

Ibejii sat down with The Moveee to talk about his music and his recent win at The Headies.

Michelle Ejiro 11 Min Read

Is Queerness a Catalyst for Creativity?

According to World Population Review, Nigeria ranks first on the list of most violently homophobic countries. In the northern region,…

Michelle Ejiro 12 Min Read

First Mover Significance and the Ingenuity of New Adopters in African Creative Industry

Stories have origins, but what converts them to history is the presence of continuous life. In biology, the cell theory,…

Michelle Ejiro 15 Min Read

Muhsin Kari — Navigating the almost non-existent Nigerian woodwork industry

Navigating the Nigerian woodwork industry is synonymous to surviving in a desert. This can be very tasking considering the harshness…

Michelle Ejiro 7 Min Read
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