Tell Me A Story, 
I Don’t Care If It’s True

2020
A series of anecdotal drawings: some images with accompanying, free-associative text, while some isolated picture and text narratives. All the works were created during quarantine in New York.

When Legends Die
2018

The third and final chapter depicting the fictional Emeka and Omodole families and their collective legacy.

Testing the Name
2018

Part two of the second chapter involving two fictionalized Nigerian, aristocratic families, with focus on the Omodele clan’s barony, the House of Obafemi, known for their ambassadorship.

To Wander Determined
2017 — 2018

Part one of the second chapter involving two fictionalized Nigerian, aristocratic families, with focus on the Emeka marquisate: the UmuEze Amara clan, one of the oldest noble clans of Nigeria, and their travels.

A Matter of Fact
2016 —2017

The first chapter of a fictionalized union between two artistocratic, Nigerian families: the Emeka and Omodele. Through the marriage of titled sons from each clan, the series focuses on their wealth and holdings if colonialist and Transatlantic slave trade interventions had never distupted the country.