1. yagazieemezi:

    "We The People of the Diaspora-Black Culture Exploration" Fashion Illustration Series by Jamilla Okubo 

  2. loquence:

    dynamic narratives//multi-media//amber williams-king

    Through the layering of digital prints, printed cloth and paint, this work in progress seeks to capture and explore the intricacies of identity in a Caribbean context. The use of collage is a means of acknowledging and examining the complexity of being.

    (via ethiopienne)

  3. 5centsapound:

    New portrait work from Omar Victor Diop, clearly influenced by Seydou Keita ;)

    see more here

    (via ethiopienne)

  4. Fun illustrated fashion magazine covers by Brazilian interior designer Ana Strumph.

    via Honestly WTF.

  5. dynamicafrica:

    Select images from Moroccan photographer Hassan Hajjaj's portraiture series 'My Rock Stars: Volume 1' that pays homage to African studio photography, made iconic by the likes of Mali's Malick Sidibe and Seydou Keita, as well as the decorative and colourful style of Samuel Fosso, whilst celebrating some of the artists individual influences - from artists and musicians, to sports players and other everyday people.

  6. Gorgeous photographs capturing some of the vibrant facets of Brazilian popular culture. Must-have coffee table book.

    via Assouline.

  7. Stunning photographs - colors, styling, composition - of Solange in the June/July 2013 issue of Complex magazine via Complex.

  8. Thanks, Cheerios.

    I could say way more about this spot than could probably fit in this text box, yet, with as much as has already been said, I will say these things:

    1. That little girl is downright adorable

    2.That little girl is me, I am that little girl (in the biracial sense, although I was also once that adorable if I don’t say so myself) - happy to see this type of family on TV

    3. Big props to Saatchi NY (my agency!) and Cheerios for this ad

    4. I am sad that I approach #3 in a congratulatory manner, because that means depicting a family/people like this is brave, and that means that there must be something scary about it, and that means that the scary thing is people still being against these kinds of relationships/families.

    5. Glad this is sparking conversation - even if it is not all positive. Reeeaallyyy hoping my agency addresses the conversations this ad has sparked in the upcoming weeks.

  9. fairelemort:

    Vogue Mexico featuring Frida Kahlo (2012)

    (via ethiopienne)

  10. Une Femme Est Une Femme” photographed by Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello, and styled by Samuel François for Lula #16 S/S 2013

    (via ethiopienne)