Yadesa Bojia

Yadesa Bojia (Oromo: Yaaddeessaa Booji'aa; born July 9, 1970 in Ambo, Ethiopia) is a Seattle-based Ethiopian graphic designer and artist. Bojia has exhibited regionally since 2006. In 2010, he rose to international acclaim when his design was selected for the African Union's flag. Bojia has shown his work in exhibitions, completed commissioned works, and given public talks about the themes of his work, including human rights, minority rights, Africa, and justice. Bojia's style as a painter draws on African impressionism.

Yadesa Bojia
Born (1970-07-09) July 9, 1970 (age 51)
Ambo, Ethiopia
EducationSeattle Pacific University, Seattle Central Community College
Known forArt, Graphic design, Political activism
Notable work
African Union flag
StyleAfrican impressionism
Websiteyadesabojia.com

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