Beyond eating, Nigerian-born visual artist and Hijarbie creator Haneefah Adam has a way of turning food into amazing art.
Using food to make portraits and other works of art, Adam presents food in beautifully creative ways.
Adam said the art was inspired by “ogbono soup”, a southern Nigerian delicacy made from the Ogbono seeds which come from wild African bush mango.
“What inspired food art is that I want to celebrate Nigerian food.
A passionate advocate for the right of Muslim women, the 29-year-old recently explained that the idea for designing her own doll came from a lack of depiction of hijabis in mainstream media.