- Otti Emmanuel Ifeanyi is a creative artist showing the world how what some consider waste can be useful
- Ifeanyi, who creates artworks with leaves and fabric waste, shared some of his works on social media
- The youths in Nigeria have been making the country proud with their creativity and Ifeanyi has joined this league
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A young Nigerian man identified as Otti Emmanuel Ifeanyi has shown that the country is home to a lot of creative minds who keep creating masterpieces.
Ifeanyi creates artworks with leaves and fabric waste and these masterpieces are a reflection of the beauty that can be found in Nigeria in particular and the African continent in general.
In one of the artworks, Ifeanyi tells the story of an African woman whose love for her child is unwavering.
The masterpiece shows the woman tending to her child and her demeanour suggests that there is a strong bond between her and the child.
Ifeanyi has joined other creative Nigerians showing the world that the country's youths can compete with their counterparts anywhere in the world.
Briefly.co.za previously shared the stories of other Nigerians doing amazingly well in the creative industry and 17-year-old Mayor Olajide made the list. He is a hyper-realistic artist and his works are masterpieces.
Many people who commented on the amazing photos online said that they mistook the pictures at first glance.
Others said that they had a reality check when they read others' comments praising subjects in the pictures as artworks.
Another wonderful artist is Hye Sea, who has become a force to reckon with in the world of design paintings with the use of the sun for amazing and perfect artworks.
The art of focusing the energy of the sun to a concentrated beam and guide that beam of light to create designs is called solar engraving.
Solar engraving comes with many benefits as it does not involve the use of any normal painting equipment such as paintbrushes or paints but still produces permanent designs.
All that is required for solar engraving, which talented Hye Sea calls MagnifyTheSUN, only requires a magnifying glass and a piece of drawing material.
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