Nigeria Artist Transforms Oil Kegs Into Ffaces To Reduce Waste

20 November 2022 09:14 WIB

Nigerian artist, Adeyemi Oluwajuwonlo paints recycled plastic to produce artworks at her studio in Lagos, Nigeria November 12, 2022. Growing up, Nigerian artist Oluwajuwonlo Adeyemi saw her mother discard large plastic kegs of cooking oil she used for her catering business in Lagos. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

19 November 2022 00:00 WIB

Nigerian artist, Adeyemi Oluwajuwonlo paints artworks at her studio in Lagos, Nigeria November 12, 2022. Distraught at the thought of adding waste to sprawling dumpsites in a city where only a small fraction of rubbish is recycled, Adeyemi turned them into faces that have become a trademark of the artwork. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

19 November 2022 00:00 WIB

Nigerian artist, Adeyemi Oluwajuwonlo paints recycled plastics to produce artworks at her studio in Lagos, Nigeria November 12, 2022. The colourful masks then become the heads of the protagonists in her paintings, on which she uses materials such as fabric and string to add texture and dimensions. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

19 November 2022 00:00 WIB

Nigerian artist, Adeyemi Oluwajuwonlo sorts recycled materials to produce artworks at her studio in Lagos, Nigeria November 12, 2022. She cuts off the top of the keg and paints it, using the handle as a long nose and the round screw-top opening as a mouth. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

19 November 2022 00:00 WIB

An artwork made from recycled materials is displayed at a studio in Lagos, Nigeria November 12, 2022. REUTERS/Seun Sanni

19 November 2022 00:00 WIB

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