Tag Archives: Guardian Life Magazine

Kelechi Amadi-Obi Covers Guardian Life Magazine’s Latest Issue

Kelechi Amadi-Obi (@kelechiamadiobi) has earned international renown for his work with his lighthearted and easy-going demeanour, unique style and mastery of aesthetics and creative lighting. Pick up a copy of Guardian Life magazine (@guardianlifeng) in today’s Guardian Nigeria newspaper (@guardiannigeria) as he discusses his passion and determination that set him on the path of light…

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Camera, Film & Culture! Tunde Kelani Covers Guardian Life Magazine’s Latest Issue

For someone whose main objective for making films is to preserve and propagate the Yoruba culture, it will be an understatement to say Tunde Kelani has achieved his aim.   Tunde Kelani’s achievements have been celebrated in and outside Nigeria. Grab a copy of today’s Guardian Life to read more on the triumphs and trials of this…

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John Boyega Talks Redefining Film As He Covers Guardian Life Magazine

For his cover on Guardian Life magazine, Hollywood actor John Boyega speaks on his career journey so far, and why he thought it was important for him to start his own production company, Upperoom Entertainment. Read excerpts from his interview below: On his career journey and being successful: It’s something I hoped for and imagined several times, but I…

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Redefining The Nigerian Fashion Industry! Omoyemi Akerele Covers Guardian Life Magazine

Omoyemi Akerele has two law degrees, is starting a third, and contemplating a PhD. She worked as a stylist and started a PR agency before eventually starting Lagos Fashion Week and Style House Files. In just 15 years, she has gone from having a budding career in law to becoming one of the renowned pioneers in the Nigerian fashion industry.…

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Bolanle Austen-Peters Covers Guardian Life Magazine

Bolanle Austen-Peters is on the cover this week’s Guardian Life Magazine. After a successful law career, Austen-Peters started Terra Kulture, a Nigerian-based art, educational and cultural organization. She is also behind the production of the internationally acclaimed musicals SARO and WAKAA, among others.     Grab a copy of today’s Guardian Life in The Guardian to know more about the woman pushing…

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Afrobeat Legend Femi Kuti Covers Latest Issue Of Guardian Life Magazine

Over the years, Femi Kuti has proven time and again that he is a legend in his own right and is not living in the shadow of his father, the legendary Fela Anikulapo-Kuti. The afrobeat legend recently released his 10th studio album, One People One World and is now the cover star for Guardian Life Magazine‘s latest issue. The new issue explores…

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The Designer With A Midas Touch! Mai Atafo Covers The Guardian Life Magazine

Mai Atafo is a designer and risk-taker who succeeds in whatever he chooses to do. With over a decade in the fashion industry, Mai Atafo is a living icon. Grab a copy of today’s edition of The Guardian to read more about the designer and his secret to succeeding. Credit Creative Direction:@themadamezeta Photography:@jerrie_rotimi Shoot assistant: @chidirim  …

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Romance With A Twist! Zainab Balogun & Kenneth Okolie Cover Guardian Life Magazine

The stars of The Royal Hibiscus Hotel, Zainab Balogun and Kenneth Okolie, have come a long way in the industry. For this movie, they redefined the meaning of love, and took on a complex yet entertaining project.   Grab a copy of today’s @guardianlifeng in The Guardian for more.         Leave your views in comments box below.…

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The Curator Of Contemporary Art! Adenrele Sonariwo Covers Guardian Life Magazine

Contemporary Nigerian art has found a home and has suddenly been ushered into the mainstream. A woman stands at the centre of it all, the founder of Role Art Gallery, Adenrele Sonariwo, and she covers Guardian Life Magazine. Sonariwo discusses creating a safe haven for artists to showcase their talent, and her passion to turn Nigeria into a…

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The Sacred Art Of The Ori! Laolu Senbanjo Is The Cover Of Guardian Life Magazine

Meet Laolu Sebanjo whose art has appeared on bodies of celebrities like Beyoncé and Alicia Keys to products of global brands such as Nike and Bulgari. Global recognition came for Laolu when Beyoncé worked with him on a video for a track off her visual album Lemonade. His art was featured on the bodies of…

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