Photos of a young Nigerian artist who uses his art to preach against child abuse
Nigerians are indeed creative. Over the years, they have been showing this both locally and internationally and in many facets of life. Today, I will be feeding you with the art work of a young Nigerian man who goes by the name Emmy Samy. He is a budding artist with a calling to use his art to preach against societal issues. Though he uses free hand sketching with the aid of a pen but the work is just so perfect. He created a masterpiece by using the photos of her sister.
This photo is symbolic because it represent what children go through in our society. Nigeria is a country will different wrongs which need to be righted. One of them is child abuse. This can come in different forms. It can be through child trafficking, forced labor, bad treatment, rape e.t.c. He therefore shows us how a child is being caged by all the aforementioned. Indeed, it is a symbolic art work.
Below are the photos from the beginning till the end
Kindly share it with others until we see someone who can appreciate his talents. Is he not talented?
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