A Nigerian artist named Dose has got tongues wagging at the just-ended Chalewote Street Arts Festival held in the capital city of Ghana, Accra with his amazing art.
Dose told the story of his life journey and experiences especially in Ghana by putting up an art that looks like the Ghanaian Adinkra symbol ‘Gye Nyame’, meaning Only God.
In an interview with Credible Filla TV, the self-taught artist with Instagram handle @drawn.by.dose explained the amazing art which tells a vivid story of his spiritual and physical journey in life.
Included in the art is also the popular Ghanaian jollof delicacy which is actually putting Ghana on the map since almost every foreigner who visits Ghana tries the Ghana jollof rice.
The Chalewote Streets Arts Festival has once again lived up to expectations, garnering a huge number of patrons to the Black Star square and the Osu Castle.
The amazing paintings, arts, crafts and performances put up by various artists from across the world got the festival goers drooling as they could not help than take pictures and videos.
Iconic photos and videos from the festival have been published while interviews of foreigners who attended the festival can be watched on our YouTube channel CREDIBLE FILLA TV.
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