- A Nigerian lady who paints for a living has showcased one of the works she did for a client for two months
- Sharing a photo of a 'molue' mural, many people were amazed at how she transformed an elevator into something so beautiful
- There were tweeps who said the lady is proof that Nigeria is blessed with many creative youths
An artistic lady with the handle @ceracerni has surprised Twitter users with her painting skill as she transformed a lift to look like a molue, the popular Lagos yellow bus.
Using 3D-painting, the lady transformed the entrance of an elevator such that when a person enters, it would seem they are boarding a bus.
Posting the before photo of the project, one would only be amazed at how the whole place changed with her beautiful mural. The second photo showed the finished work as she posed with it.
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The lady said the photo is one of the several projects she did for SBC company after someone recommended her.
@ceracerni disclosed that she will be sharing more photos from the amazing paintings she did in two months.
See post below:
As of the time of writing this report, her post has got over 21,000 likes with hundreds of comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of them below:
"All I can say is wow."
"I hate molue but I absolutely love what you did here."
"Creativity is everything... Beautiful."
"You forgot to put Mc Oluomo's pic."
"Many Nigerian youths are too creative to be in the current Nigerian they found themselves."
"@ceracerni has really transformed 7up HQ.This is just the start...."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Ohis Ojeabuo, with the Twitter handle @ojeohis_ got people's attention with his amazing painting of a kids' swimming pool section.
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He said that the Ikoyi Club in Lagos state contracted him for the work. The skilled artist said the work was a big one for him.
Sharing photos of his work on Twitter, the man asked people to retweet so that many people can get to see what he is artistically capable of doing.