Immigrant starts clothing line inspired by humanity

That’s why he’s included the skull in an image that represents a map of Nova Scotia for a clothing line he’s started called Maritime Culture Clothing.

“The skull itself reminds me that we’re all humans.”

Adebayo moved from Africa to Nova Scotia and studied in Halifax and later moved to Pictou County with his wife at the time.  While the cold and culture differences took a while to get used to he’s come to love the Maritime way of life. He is now studying welding inspection at the Nova Scotia Community College in Stellarton and has two children.

While welding inspection will be his main job, he said clothing has always been an interest of his and he wanted to do something like this for a while.

“For me it’s a lifestyle,” he said.

With some help from friend’s he was able to get the logo completed and printed onto sweaters which he is now selling at a couple local stores including the vapour shop in Stellarton and Jemma’s Jewels.

If it makes money, Adebayo said he’ll be happy. But even if it doesn’t, he’s content just to be doing it.

“I’m not trying to compete with nobody,” he said. “I just want people to know we’re all the same.”

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