Creative Arts Solution Foundation

Mr. Olusola David, Ayibiowu


Visual Artist, Singer/Songwriter, Editor, Author.

Paintings, Graphic Design. Print Design, Photography, Good Design, Digital art and many more.

Music Artist Sponsorship 

About the band

 The name of the brand is Olusola David, Ayibiowu 

 Our style and genre is Christian Gospel Music

 We can tour nationally, locally, or internationally

 Our average audience and fans online is more than 350 people in size as its keep increasing with time.

 The demographic data of your audiences is from all over the world online? 

 Who sponsors you already? We are presently looking for sponsors both home and abroad worldwide

About the Artworks


 Hair Weaving
Hair weaving is the process of extension of hair commonly known as the artificial hair integration. The process of hair weaving add length and fullness to the human hair involves the use of another person’s hair or synthetic strands to fulfilled the need of actual hair on the bald portion of the scalp. It is totally a temporary option that includes the option of tape in extensions, clip in or clip extensions, fusion, weaving or wigs. The hair weaving is an artificial process by which a hair stylist applies the netting, weave, lace fronts, tracking and synthetic fibre to place them on the bald portion by clipping one of other hair by incorporating additional human hair or synthetic fibre.

Hairpieces, units, or hair systems:
A hairpiece or partial wig of natural hair worn to cover partial baldness or for theatrical purposes. While hairpieces are typically associated with male wearers, some women also use hairpieces to lengthen existing hair, or cover partially exposed scalp.
Many women now wear hairpieces rather than full wigs if their hair loss is confined to the top and crown of their heads. Modern hair systems however, have advanced to the stage where they can be undetectable to the naked eye (especially lace systems) - and so go unnoticed, where only cheap alternatives only ever becoming obvious.
Non-Surgical Hair Replacement
In common man’s parlance this refers to Hair Weaving or Hair Fixing or Hair Bonding.

This process commensurates with a general evaluation of the extent of baldness.Some observations are made on evaluating existing density, thickness of the retained hair, and comfort on ambient temperature for the patient and the patient’s expectations.

There are broadly three methods that are normally adopted to fix a unit 

Weaving Methodology
Hair Weaving Treatment - A track is prepared with one’s own existing hair, reinforced with a medicated thread and used as a base to weave the external attachment or the hair piece which is the same colour, density and thickness as the original hair. Then it is cut and styled based on the inputs from the patient maybe his previous photographs or a style that suits his current look could be implemented. This procedure needs visit to the clinic maybe once in two to three months depending on how fast the hair of the patient grows. Then on his subsequent visits the unit is nicely cleaned serviced and restored in the same form again.
Silicon Gel Adhesive System 
People who prefer not to remove these hair toupees, methodology of measurements and base selection being the same opt for this more for convenience and lesser management issues. These clients thought must visit the facility regularly for a follow up service where the adhesive is reinforced every second month depending on how much the sweat. These people are also given an option of buying the silicon gel separately in case of home use.
The client generally has a host of options to choose from the hair toupee base perspective:
Hairline International Hair & Skin Clinic super soft original
A classic all weather kind of unit which is prepared solely on the basis of the grade of hair loss. The design is impeccable with extreme ventilation and designed so scientifically in such a way that it just covers areas of baldness only. This stylistic hair toupee is a rare piece made and found only at this special facility.
Super fine Californian
This base is a fine filament with single knotting looking extremely real and scalp like is available in all colours and sizes and is an all time unit in demand.
Heavy welded
A special innovation with incredible breathability considering the base, firm and sturdy underlying structure; option of refilling hair is very possible in this case. The duration and life of this toupee is long with complete dependability.
Custom made toupees 
We generally give all our patients a choice of bases and we can create fusion inputs depending on the design a client prefers like typically bleached knot, full lace in the front or fully bleached unit giving a scalp like look this laces with the option of a parting. Incredible permutations can be created based on the specific inputs from the clients undergoing this non surgical hair replacement procedure.
At Hairline International Hair & Skin Clinic we have incredible offerings in this section of non surgical hair replacement.
For women, our latest on the anvil is the fringe which conceals only the area around the parting besides ladies toupees with hair as long as 36 inches in human hair. Anything over and above the 24 inch length needs a period of 6 weeks order time. The method of fixing the hair units are similar to the methods mentioned above as in the case of men with a selection interms of colour shades curls waves length and density

I want viewers to recommend this painting and feel free to buy and many more...

I chose this medium, subject matter, style because, I receive inspiration to produce more paintings. 


 Sekere is a traditional Yoruba musical instrument that was pioneered and popularized by the late Alhaji Alamu Atatalo from Ibadan, Nigeria. Cowrie shells are wound around a large and polished gourd; the musician violently shakes the sekere (shaker) and also uses his fists to beat the gourd thereby creating a percussive sound that gladdens and delights the spectators. Typically accompanied by other instruments, such as the aro, dundun, omele, agogo, agidigbo, and a chorus; in Yorubaland -- especially in Ibadan, the sekere musician sometimes shows off his dexterity by hoisting the instrument high up in the air and briskly catches it in mid-air to create a festive mood.
It is noteworthy to mention that sekere, as a musical genre, is quite different from those smaller shakers (with different spellings) found in Cuba, Brazil, and other parts of Africa. The instrument described here is unique to the Yorubaland of Nigeria especially Ibadan.

Inspire by the Yoruba traditional muscical instrument that is often played in a local parties around the locality in Lagos.

I choose to use oil painting because it works best for me.

This is a semi abstract with a combination of stylization

Help of God

This song is an inspiration from God which was received in a dream at night on April 8, 2017, and as he woke early in the morning when the song was still ringing in his spirit as he kept singing on until the song was developed in audio and videos slides.

As he was doing research, there he discovered a website which was named ReverbNation and later uploaded the song to The song title ‘’Help of God’’ is written by Olusola David, Ayibiowu as the songwriter. This is the song lyrics below.


Verse 1 

He is my helper

In the time of trouble

He is my helper

In the time of need

He is my helper and helper in everything Chorus

Oh oh oooooooo

He's help, 

The help of God, He’s help

Help from God

He's help,

My helper in everything (2ce)

My helper in everything 

During the coral practice at Unilag

Olusola has gone through a rigorous time as the class governor of time-students in general arts and graduated from Yaba College of Technology, 2000-2003 with OND.


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