Tunde Odunlade’s art uses both contemporary and traditional techniques. He developed a unique batik appliqué process that builds on traditional textile print techniques to create wall hangings with unusual depth and texture. His favored technique for printmaking is linocuts. Finally, he pioneered a technique he calls “floatography” that combines marbleizing, calligraphy, and batik to create organic abstractions. His images draw on the rich history of Yoruba art and culture, modern-day life in Nigeria, and his passion for music.