© Global Journal Of Social Sciences . 2014. Vol. 13 No. 1
Publisher: Bachudo Science Co. Ltd
Chike Aniakor: Master of Poetic Lines
KEYWORDS: Communication, Artist, Drawings, Poetry, Society.
ABSTRACT:There are numerous ways of expressing creativity- verbal and non verbal. The artist expresses himself the way he sees things, using diverse ways of expressing it. One of those ways is what Aniakor uses to speak to humanity. As an artist, drawings are used to relay a message through the arrangement of lines to form a composition. As a poet, the ability to relate the use of lines to poetic interpretation sends more messages to the erring listener. In art, non verbal communication through drawings and poems, have gained grounds in the area of communication. The rationale for this paper, is not to solely discuss the artist, but mainly to show case what the society in time past had gained through this approach and what the present generation stands to benefit from his message through Drawings and Poetry.
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