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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (July 2010) This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2010) Oladejo Victor Akinlonu (born November 5, 1963-) (also known as Dejak or Dejak Artistique) is a Nigerian born artist, sculptor, philosopher and art marketer. He came into public prominence in the 1980s as the pioneer of rubble stone landscape features. He is also known for his sculptures which can be seen at public places all over Nigeria and his landmark intricate designs on waterfalls, fountains and tombstones. He is seen as an artist who blends sculpture with architecture. in 1998 he was awarded the title the custodian of art by the Nigerian society of journalists and he has been awarded several other titles due to is immense contribution to the art industry in Nigeria and Africa as a whole. He is the chairman and managing director of Dejak and Associates which consists of Bezalel Galleria and Dejak Artistique (an art gallery located in the capital of Lagos, in existence for 20 years). Born the son of a notary, Gilbert Akinlonu, and a trader, Grace Akinlonu in Ondo town, Ondo sate, Dejo has his art gallery located in Lagos, Ikeja, on a land awarded him by the Lagos state government. Dejo is renowned primarily as a sculptor and landscape artist and also widely regarded to be an eccentric. Two of his works, the eyo masquerade and Oba Adeniji Adele statue are among the most famous of his work, their fame approached only by Ben Enwonwu's Sango in Nigeria. References External links