Child astronauts hurtling through kaleidoscope spaces and maidens garbed in African print and painted in sanguine poses. These are a few of the rich imageries from the hand of Moh Awudu.
You’ve probably seen this fine artist’s work all over Accra, Ghana; cue in Ako Adjei Interchange. Meet Mohammed ‘Moh’ Awudu the fine artist behind the Afrosurreal murals at the Global Citizen Concert held at the Black Star Square.
The internationally-acclaimed 36 year old artist is considered one of Ghana’s icons in the art scene. Utilizing spray painting to create larger than life graffiti murals, Moh’s craft is transforming communities.
In Moh’s community, Nima a district within Accra, the artist has canvassed walls with Afrosurreal images that speak of everyday Ghanaian life superimposed on fantastic backdrops.
For his latest work at the just-ended Global Citizen Festival in Accra, Moh Awudu’s exhibited a giant star graffitied with Ghanaian wax print designs and a Call to Action.
We are proud of Moh Awudu and look forward to what new graffiti and art visions this creative will showcase on the world stage.
You can view more of Moh Awudu’s work here and here.