Jibola Fagbamiye is a self-taught illustrator who was born and bred in Nigeria. His work has been described as dark, eccentric yet powerful. Fagbamiye has a special love for making his own graphic novels and has taken inspiration from great artists such as Frank Miller and Joe Madureira. His stories are influenced by current events that affect the world community such as inequality, racism and poverty yet he represents these factors more in the abstract sense of it. He has hosted over six solo exhibitions across Toronto and drawn for newspapers such as the Excalibur of York University. His most recent work is a three-part graphic novel called Dante: Last Son of the Apocalypse which ambitiously blurs the lines of morality and pushes the edge on the “meaning of life.”