- People have been wowed by the mural painting of a Nigerian man whose art honoured Davido and Laycon
- Many said that once the Haven crooner sees it, he would be rewarded with millions of naira
- Other tweeps wondered how he was able to pull off such art that looks so real
A Nigerian artist’s talent has been widely praised online as his works surfaced on Twitter. People were really amazed. Identified as Bamaiyi Danladi, the street artist painted popular singer, Davido, on the wall. He painted him as a photo-insignia on a currency.
Danladi also drew the picture of BBNaija Lockdown winner, Laycon, the same way he did the A Better Time art.
In his art of a N1000 note, he made the photos on the currency wear face masks.
Take a look at his art below:
Tweeps had various reactions to his amazing talent.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"All these drawings, nah for pesin wall u dey draw am? E get why."
"As much as am not a fan of obo ....but da*n na this guy deserve that 2mill.
"As lazy as I am the first frame don do for me. I am not drawing further."
"This one go soon collect 1m make Davido just see am."
"Reason why I keep praying God bless me quick. Some talents juss needs huge platform to excel beyond what they av. If this is not talent I don't know what is. I pray you dominate the art market."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a South African artist's amazing sculpture titled 'Thrive' which wowed overseas. Siyanda Mboko shared an amazing picture of a sculpture which has been installed in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. He praised the South African artist, Daniel Popper, for his 'breathtaking' piece of art.
Daniel is known all over the world for his amazing larger-than-life artworks. He is originally from Cape Town but has been all over the world displaying his amazing art. The sculpture featured in Mboko's picture is called Thrive.
It is approximately 10 metres tall and weighs 14 tons. It is constructed out of glass fibre and concrete, according to ThisIsColossal. Facebook users were impressed with the beautiful sculpture:
Camilla Albertus wrote:
"That is absolutely beautiful!!"
Karin Johnston said:
"What a beautiful sculpture!!! South Africans showcasing amazing talent all over the world!! Thanks for sharing."
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