Meet Haneefah Adam the artist who can turn your ‘m3ko’, jollof and ‘nkosua’ into beautiful art
– A Nigerian artist, Haneefah Adam, has stunned the world with beautiful works of art made from food items – Adam is a medical scientist but developed an interest in art and currently has beautiful combinations of food items presented as art – She however reveals that she lives at Kwara in Nigeria and making a good impressions with scenes from there is often a challenge Haneefah Adam, since the discovery of her talent, has been blowing minds with beautiful works of art made from food items. In her kitchen, all left over food are put to use as she is capable of coming up with something amazing to impress everyone. The 28-year-old Nigerian has gained fame for presenting food items using creative ways and often ends up with portraits and other works of art.
She reveals that she has always been artistic because she grew up with her mother who also had a flair for artwork. Adam, who is a medical scientist by training, gained fame, according to edition.cnn.com, when she transformed a Barbie doll into a Hijarbie, a hijab-wearing Muslim doll.
She then proceeded to build a career by transforming food into art. She explains that she often does portraits, sewing and paintings, but manipulating food item to create a piece of art has always been something she enjoys a lot.
YEN.com.gh understands that Adam is inspired by random things such as life experiences and culture, as she sees everything around her as worthy to be transformed into art.
Adams is desirous of taking part in more competitions. She reveals that she lives in the northern Nigerian town of Kwara and it is a challenge to make good impression of the country’s scene from there.
In other news, YEN.com.gh is in possession of some photos of a beautiful woman who has graduated from the university but has decided to sell food items with the help of a wheelbarrow. The unidentified woman, who is reportedly a mother and the wife of a legal practitioner, took the bold decision because securing a job became a challenge after school.