Gaze: culture has been an integral part of our lives. That is why when creating an artwork, I use different colours and style to paint a story that will remind us of where we come from.
Moon hawker: full moon’s maturity and purity reflect the innocence of a child, as well as the maturity most African children pass through even before they stop teething. The struggles deprive children of their childhood.
About the Artist:
Zaynab Bobi, Frontier I, is a Nigerian poet, digital artist, and photographer from Bobi. She is a member of Hilltop Creative Art Abuja branch, Poetry Club Udus, Frontier Collective, and a Medical Laboratory Science student of Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto. Her artworks and photographs are published and forthcoming in Blue Marble Review, Barren Magazine, Type House Literary Magazine, Night Coffee Lit, B’K Magazine, Olney Magazine, All My Relations, Salamander Ink, Anti-Heroin Chi, Acropolis Journal, and more. She tweets @ZainabBobi.