Check out how man painted Berger bus stop in Lagos with his brush (photos)

Check out how man painted Berger bus stop in Lagos with his brush (photos)

– A skillful Nigerian man has captured the whole essence of Lagos Berger bus stop and his strokes of genius marvelled many

– Posting photos of the artwork online, the man shared how his canvas was while he was painting

– Tweeps praised him, expressing that they would love to buy the artwork if it was on sale

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A talented Nigerian artist with the Twitter handle @Artby_abdullah has painted a busy Lagos bus stop that residents of the state can relate with.

His artwork has received much admiration from tweeps who praised his excellent strokes of genius which captured a very important part of Lagos life in Berger.

Recall that another artist with the Twitter handle @OgbeniJaykay in a tweet on Saturday, January 9, posted different shots of the cityscape he made that reflected a typical Lagos street.

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A tricycle (keke), some danfos, and pedestrians could be seen at a place that looks like a T junction.

In @Artby_abdullah’s painting, the artist made the floor look muddy as the environment wears a colour of yellow.

See his post below:

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions his post got below:

@fabsFWD asked:

“This painting should be worth 200k. Omoooooo, when we go begin appreciate our artists?”

@HR_emperiux said:

“Wow, I wouldn’t even try going this far, TBH y’all are too underrated.”

Check out how man painted Berger bus stop in Lagos (photos)

The artist said someone already bought the masterpiece.
Photo source: @Artby_abdullah
Source: Twitter

@OmotayoDere asked:

“How come the danfo come look like Agege bread?

@big_tobe303 said:

“Such a lovely work of art.”

@Xmtoh_Eden said:

“It’s beautiful. I love it. Well done.”

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian artist, Fredrick Omoniyi, had a big reason to celebrate after Music Boss Don Jazzy bought his artwork for N300,000.

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It should be noted that the man had earlier hoped to sell his pencil drawing on his birthday many weeks ago.

In a Twitter post, he lamented not being able to sell the piece as he tagged Don Jazzy to it, asking if he would buy it. Hours after, the music producer slid into his DM and asked how much. When Fredrick said N200,000, Don Jazzy added another N100,000 and paid.

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