ICONIC LAGOS is an art project dedicated to the largest city in Africa, the economic and cultural heart of Nigeria, … More
For years, African pop music had been languishing in the world music section, well away from the mainstream charts. But, … More
To love and be loved is an eternal source of inspiration. On Valentine’s Day we celebrate our sweethearts, lovers, wives … More
Afrobeats music has taken the world by storm. Hit after hit featuring African artists has been trending on charts across … More
“Greener Pastures” multimedia exhibition brings together photography, video documentary and painting, dedicated to rural communities living along the Lagos lagoon. … More
Eyes of a Lagos Boy – Bolaji Alonge, Sola Otori and friends opened their Greener Pastures exhibition with a reception … More
“Greener Pastures” brings together photography, video documentary and painting. The exhibition by Bolaji Alonge, Sola Otori and Friends takes place … More
This collection of photos by Bolaji Alonge, aka Eyes of a Lagos Boy, is a splash of intense colour and … More
Our tote bags are lined, one side in colorful Ankara fabric, the other side black, and have zippers to keep your valuables safe. In line with our current reality each bag comes with an assorted double-layered face mask.
Discussing the Eyes of a Lagos Boy project and the evolution of his career as an actor, photographer and journalist, Mazino takes the viewer on a visual whirlwind.
Bolaji Alonge, ake Eyes of a Lagos Boy, presented his second solo photo exhibition “Urban Culture – Historical Continuity” at … More
Their tri-cycle rainbow moved from Falomo Ikoyi, via the Falomo Bridge, then on through Ozumba Mbadiwe Avenue to Iru Local secretariat, Victoria Island. In a move to create unity among the very diverse group of guests from several regions of Nigeria, Africa, Europe, the US, Russia and even Japan, all guests wore their aso ebi, “Bubbles of Hope”.