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Les Nubians, Rika Muranaka, Chigul, Busie Matsiko-Andan, Coppé appear in TwentyEightyFour


Entrepreneurs come in many forms to reduce the scarcity of food, water, and inequalities in many economies through pandemic philanthropy. Other partnerships today prompt a renewed awareness to rethink, adapt, and evolve. Our present experiences of freedom were put on notice by the disruptive COVID-19, and you may ask what happens next? Today we know so much about survival through the rollout of digital products or services, and the need to embrace multiple disciplines to survive.

Creative-sector patron Ade Olufeko remains progressive in his unconditioned nature, delivering TwentyEightyFour – volume five of the Polaris interview catalog. Serving as a guest Chief Editor, this brave technologist responds during a time that calls for economic diversification.


The ex IBMer has put forth a robust collection featuring 21 tremendous participants such as; Les Nubians, the French musical duo of Hélène and Célia Faussart, Music composer, and producer recognized for her work on the Metal Gear video game series; Rika Muranaka, Nigerian comedian, and Nollywood newcomer; Chigul, British textile artist; Enam Gbewonyo, Mixed Media Artist and Def Jam executive; Theda Sandiford, New Orleans based Epidemiological scientist; Dr. Sonita Singh, Technical Services leader at Qatar Petroleum; Adekunle Akintayo, New York City – Global Strategy Consultant; Busie Matsiko-Andan, Japanese electronic music singer; Coppé and with a reprised interview of the elegant Nollywood Film and Stage actress Dakore Egbuson-Akande.

Innovation may be decelerating, and it is obvious we still do not have flying cars in the year 2020 as predicted – except you are Elon Musk. Yet, you will learn quickly enough that the interviews in Visual Collaborative’s “TwentyEightyFour” collective have the probability of being referenced in academia and business for very many decades to come.

The main title of the catalog was inspired by George Orwell’s 1984.

Other notable features in the volume include – International Consultant; Amanobea Boateng, Design head at Dilate Australia; Travis Weerts, Private Equity advisory deal expert; Olamide (Lami) Ajibesin, International fashion model and Miss Uganda; Oliver Nakakande, Portuguese architect and curator; Lara Seixo Rodrigues, American painter, and Visual Collaborative alum; Danielle Eckhardt, COO of Deinte Designs; Ola Erogbogbo-Oyeniyi, Chief Executive of Tezza Business Solutions; Roland Omoresemi, Wellness creative and advisor; Diane Escalera, Type designer; João Varela, New York City Health-Practitioner; Lara Goyea, Beauty strategist and transformational life coach; Eryca Freemantle and The Treehouse Juice & Wellness CEO; Vanessa U.

Observing a real crisis of uncertainty, Olufeko’s pragmatic thinking of mental fluidity and action with a team of volunteers oversaw this publishing project of nontransactional relationships from inception to post-production fulfillment. This undertaking of creative-economic value delivers on inspiration as innovative non-fiction towards economic maturity and intuition, starting with the sub-Sahara and many regions to the world.

Selected interviews from TwentyEightyFour volume will go public on May 13th, 2020. All 21 features will go live on May 17th, 2020. Visit or follow the platform on IG @visualcollaborative for the presently subscription-free library of interviews.


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