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Biodun Abudu was born in Rhode Island but comes from a Nigerian background. This entrepreneur, artist, designer, and author currently calls Manhattan home after spending several years in Chicago.
His paintings feature his love of fashion, world culture, music, and his personal influences. Many of his designs reflect his love of Africa as well as other indigenous peoples including the ancient Mayans.
Biodun has a deep appreciation of women whose strengths, resiliencies, and perseverance often go unnoticed. His painting "Peripheries of Womanhood" was inspired by everything that makes a woman from the body movement to the body type to the different layers that make a phenomenal woman.
His books “Tales of My Skin” ad “Stolen Sanity” are both based on true-life stories. They both touch on forbidden topics that are often swept under the rug and are hidden in the dark with the cruel intentions to silence an individual with fear. He has also written two books of poetry “Open Letter from Within” and “Forbidden Scriptures.” "Open Letters from Within" touches on pain, recovery, and love. "Forbidden Scriptures" openly and creatively discusses sex.
Biodun also has a passion for landscape and architectural photography.