Sam Onche is an illustrator/painter based in the United States. He was born in Nigeria, Benue and moved to the US in 2015. He studied studio art at Colby College with a focus in oil painting. Sam uses the digital and oil medium to create illustrations for posters, prints, book covers and album covers. He uses Black art as a voice to speak on issues and expectations, as well as representation of Black people in our world today.
Clients: Colorforchange; Harper Collins; Sennheiser; ICanvas; Bibliokid Publishers; Shein; Unfinished Legacy.
Art exhibitions: Ode to blackness; Mini solo Artem popup gallery; Group exhibition Lewis Gallery; The Great state of illustration in Maine; Group exhibition Fourtunehouse; Chicago Fineart Salon: 2022 Colby College Senior Exhibition.
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