Street art, when executed perfectly, is one of the most beautiful art forms one can enjoy.
Graffiti works tackle social issues about injustice, rape, corruption and even call out people’s unproductive attitudes in a society.
Ghanaian artist Ian Kwakye, Mohammed Awudu and Abdul Mumin Ahmad recently completed Graffiti artwork under Achimota Overhead.
Their artwork throws light on migration, solidarity set in a world hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Besides the social nuances that they highlight, the artworks aesthetic appeal will make it difficult to ignore when one passes by them.
The graffiti work was commissioned by the European Union (EU) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
It is part of the initiative for migrant protection and reintegration being championed by the EU and IOM.
Ian revealed that they worked back to back for 10 days in order to complete the graffiti.
The next time you use the Achimota Overhead and you think the art work is beautiful, you have Ian Kwakye, Mohammed Awudu and Abdul Mumin Ahmad to thank.
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