Ghanaians Have A Lot Of Feelings About This Simple Illustration By Poka Arts – Design You Trust

Ghanaians Have A Lot Of Feelings About This Simple Illustration By Poka Arts

So when Ghanaian illustrator, Poka decided to illustrate one of the goals, it was certain that opinions will be all over the illustration.

The simple illustration sees a guy playing a video game with a lady on a couch behind him on her phone. The twist is, the lady’s legs are on the guy’s head like a resting stool. Poka posted the photo with a simple caption ‘Goals’. The image that has thousands shares has got a lot of Ghanaians sharing too many feelings.

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