PLAY WANA SOUND LOUD: STEREO LOVE [review] 

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mothernaturenetwork:

What a concept: A pencil printer that separates the wood from pencils and uses the lead to print documents. It comes complete with a built-in eraser component so you can make edits. We’ll take one!Learn more.

mothernaturenetwork:

What a concept: A pencil printer that separates the wood from pencils and uses the lead to print documents. It comes complete with a built-in eraser component so you can make edits. We’ll take one!

Learn more.

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#Art #jee young lee 

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Wrecking Ball Naija Edition

@4 months ago
#wrecking ball #Naijaboyz 

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aadatart:

Women in Afrofuturism: Laylah Ali, Janelle Monae, Wanuri Kahui, Ingrid LaFleur

By Deborah Frempong

In a world that places centrality on the male figure, Afrofuturist movements have been dramatically promoted by women in many forms of media, with perhaps the most popular icon today being Janelle Monae, lighting up our screens with her futuristic themes that are largely focused on androids and quite recently, ‘electric ladies’. The expression of mainstream artists within this fantastical realm, however, is not completely new. Older artists such as Grace Jones, Erykah Badoe, Labelle have over the years created personas that have escaped the trappings of popularized constructions of black identity, be it through their androgynous looks or mystic creations.

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#Art 

"…the processing of signs into syntactic chains that resonate against the backdrop of a frame of reference…"

Mieke Bal
@4 months ago
#Image #Text #Meaning #Reading 

Beauté Noire by the Cameroonian Photographer Orphee Noubissi

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Girlhood

This series explores issues surrounding young women in their transformation from adolescence to womanhood. It seeks to address ideas that begin at birth and continue throughout their adult life, such as misinformation on sexuality and their own bodies, to gendered expectations of what’s ‘right’ and ‘wrong’. A mixture of still lives and self portraits, these images become isolated in a hot pink, hyperbolic world, setting out to represent this constructed culture for young women.

Shot with a Hasselblad, Portra 160.

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Stand With Me

@4 months ago
#Change #World #Slavery #Progress #Stories 

"I cannot believe anything that will not allow me to treat others in a manner that acknowledges their dignity. I will not believe anything that will not allow me to understand the world I inhabit, the lives that surround me and the confusion within me."

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#Religion #Faith #Path #Journey #Truth #Devotion #Principles 

Rekha

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