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OJUKOKORO Edition Basketball

OJUKOKORO Edition Basketball

Regular price $211.98
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Keep your head in the game.

Embrace life’s wonders with Yinka Ilori’s OJUKOKORO EDITION BASKETBALL.

For his newest limited edition artwork, Yinka looks to the Yoruba language spoken by the people of Western Nigeria. Translating to greediness, the word “ojukokoro” can be broken down and interpreted as the human desire to always want more. The game of basketball requires the opposite, it’s a team sport which calls for its players to succeed working with what they already have it has mindfulness at its core.

This bright and colourful artwork blends the meaning of “ojukokoro” with basketball’s grounded mindset. Yinka encourages us to find happiness in the now and gratitude for all that already exists in our lives.

Only 200 basketballs have been produced.

Individually digitally printed, each basketball comes in an exclusive bundle including a pump, tote bag and certificate of authenticity.

Product Details

- Limited edition of 200. Size 7 ball
- Digitally printed synthetic rubber
- Made in China
- Basketball pump
- Tote bag
- Certificate of authenticity
- Please note that the basketball cannot be completely inflated for international orders outside the UK due to air cargo restrictions.

Delivery & Returns


- Standard: £5.95, free on orders over £150
- Express: £9.95


- Standard: £15
- Express: £30


- Standard: £30
- Express: £40

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  • Ilori’s collection is aimed at fostering joy and togetherness, with stationery, games and homeware that focus on ‘memory-making and play’.

  • London-based multidisciplinary artist Yinka Ilori has launched his debut homewares collection, and it’s overflowing with juicy saturated colors and geometrically bold patterns.

  • His collection of cushions, rugs and tableware has the effect of vitamin C in any interior.

  • Ilori’s British-Nigerian heritage and local London scenery are referenced in his signature boldly coloured tableware and textiles.