Popscribble 8

In my POPSCRIBBLE COLLECTION. Initially, Slime Sunday was a reference to my collection. In this collection, I merged scribble lines of different individual portraits in different moods and state of mind with popsicle tears. I started this artwork with the aim to grow, to improve my skills and also for the genesis of new and […]

artiste Olarinde Olayemi Ayanfeoluwa Lagos, Nigeria

Olarinde Olayemi Ayanfeoluwa is a visual artist but with a major interest in scribble art. Her influences are Erick Centeno, a scribble artist based in Genoa Italy, Vince low from Kuala Lumpur and Uche Uzorka because of how he’s been able to create scribbles in abstract forms. In making scribble art, I use different kinds […]

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In my POPSCRIBBLE COLLECTION.

Initially, Slime Sunday was a reference to my collection. In this collection, I merged scribble lines of different individual portraits in different moods and state of mind with popsicle tears.

I started this artwork with the aim to grow, to improve my skills and also for the genesis of new and different scribbles. But on ending it, I saw the finished work in another light, it depicted ‘The pain behind smiles’. This implies that “behind a smile is everything you’ll never understand. Although, all pieces do not contain smiles because each piece to me seemed like different individuals in a different state of mind. Hence, one thing in common is the popsicle tears.

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