The Nigerian artist turning classic cars into contemporary furniture
28 June 2019 | 2:28 pm
Experimental artist, Diseye Tantua is creating unconventional furniture using car parts from the '90s. The 44-year-old, Ghanian-Nigerian says he hopes his pieces will help preserve the history and memories he believes are contained in the pre-loved vehicles.
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