About the Art
The word ‘Ibeji’ means ‘twins’ in Yoruba. Here in this painting we see a pair of non-identical twins sharing one body. Their heads are decorated with different flowers, some british flowers which represents Nigeria’s colonial background and some like the calla lily that is a Nigerian local flower. The twins have the precious stone coral beads around their one neck. Coral beads are usually used for ceremonial events in Yorubaland. The cloth they are wearing is patterned with the adiré print called circle of life. Instead of an adiré patterned background Modé used guns in an adiré-like fashion.
About the Skins and Cases
Skins are high-quality stickers that protect your devices from scratches. They are removable, and will not ruin your device. Cases protect your phone from scratches and have a durable polycarbonate hard shell that protects from drops.
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