Danyaki Art Designs making Ghana proud in New York
A Ghanaian New York based artist, Hass Kwame, is flying the flag of Ghana to the outside world with his creative arts work.
Under the brand name, Danyaki Art and Designs, the New York based Ghanaian is into hand painting of garments and aprons to give it a unique art work.
Considering the uniqueness of his creative art designs, he has since collaborated with international tech firms, including Facebook and Opera.
Buzfeed, Bonapeti and Pepsi have also collaborated with the artist.
For Pepsi, the company collaborated with the artist to run a commercial ad (advert) for it.
International celebrities like Oprah Winfrey, Marcus Samuelsson, Anne Burrell, Rachel Ray and Daniel Boulud have separately posed in creative pictures of Danyaki’s painted aprons.
The rest include; Andrew Zimmerman, Massimo Bottura, Geoffrey Zakarian, Adrienne Cheatham, Carla Hall and JJ Johnson amongst many others.
Currently, Hass Kwame has secured a one year contract with Metropolitan Montessori, 85th Street in New York, to tutor and coach students from 4th to 6th Grade on painting.
Hass Kwame, a Ghanaian by birth, attended Kikam Technical Institute (KTI), where he studied Electrical Engineering.
In 1999, he moved to the United States of America where he enrolled to study Art and Designs to an Advance level.
After being absent from Ghana for 17 years, he finally returned to Ghana in 2015 to visit family and friends.
He returned to USA in 2016, where he launched the Danyaki Art and Design brand, a household brand in New York.
Speaking in a telephone interview, Hass Kwame told this paper that his creative work is unique and that people are ready to reach out to him.
‘I have worked with Facebook, Opera, Pepsi, Buzfeed and so many more’. He said, for now, the future for Danyaki was to have branded aprons in every single household and kitchen in America.
‘We are very prevalent here in New York and the plan is to extend across NY to the whole of America’.Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest