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Happy Place Photograph

Mad Creative

Ghana

Photography, Digital on Paper

Size: 23.6 W x 15.8 H x 0.5 D in

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Just keep your conscious mind busy with expectation of the best. The only path by which another person can upset you is through your own thought. Busy your mind with the concept of harmony, health, peace and goodwill and wonders will happen In your life.

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Photography:Digital on Paper

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Size:23.6 W x 15.8 H x 0.5 D in

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Edwin Boye (b. 1997) is a Ghanaian Photographer and Visual Artist. An Afro - surreal Expressionist known as MadCreative. A self-taught artist who nourished his love for art with books and researches whilst studying Marketing in the University of Professional studies, Accra. He employs surrealism to transcribe his imagination into digital artworks. He creates surreal images which shares stories that encourages better conditions for black people and an idea that sells the African sci-fi. Using digital tools he leaves little details in his visuals which reflects thoughts, urges, emotions and memories. As an artist, I would want people to come to an understanding of what the Afro – surrealism movement stands for and encourage black people about better conditions. This is the symbol of hope that I wish for my body of works to speak in years to come.Edwin Boye (b. 1997) is a Ghanaian Photographer and Visual Artist. An Afro - surreal Expressionist known as MadCreative. A self-taught artist who nourished his love for art with books and researches whilst studying Marketing in the University of Professional studies, Accra. He employs surrealism to transcribe his imagination into digital artworks. He creates surreal images which shares stories that encourages better conditions for black people and an idea that sells the African sci-fi. Using digital tools he leaves little details in his visuals which reflects thoughts, urges, emotions and memories. As an artist, I would want people to come to an understanding of what the Afro – surrealism movement stands for and encourage black people about better conditions. This is the symbol of hope that I wish for my body of works to speak in years to come.

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