This Year’s 13 Favorite: Art Works

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This year, www.blackfabulousity.com has been out and about discovering more on everything from fashion, through art and photography: collating  favorites from awesome collections to the art pieces I want hanging on my wall.

I’ve rounded up categorized lists of 13 each, of those that made a lasting impression..

 

 

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“..remains a strong contender of how we express our ideas and feelings…” – Stacey Okparavero

“..when you make it,  there doesn’t have to be an explanation, it just happens.” – Folasade

 

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by Ana Miralles, a Spanish comic books artist, known particularly for her treatment of erotic subjects.

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The big chop

by Ash the painter, a Pop art portraitist and art designer who loves painting xtra curly hair…

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God save the children

By Folasade, a digital artist who transforms photographs into art, aiming to tell a different story than the one the photograph originally told, or create a new story within the one that’s already there.

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Igbo grace
By Margaret Rose Vendryes, a Jamaican born artist who turned to art history to remain connected to art makers while making a living.
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By Micheal Roberts,  is a British fashion journalist also fashion and style director of Vanity Fair magazine.
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By Sit Haiiro, an Amsterdam-based artist and illustrator.
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A gift 

from Stacey Okparavero, a Nigerian artist with a varied and diverse approach to making art whose work content reflects her love for nature and tradition as well as unifying various cultures.

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Kike blue

By Studio of Mode, an illustrator and artist who also makes uber cool gadget cases with her art prints.

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Modé (studio of mode) is an artist who currently lives in Lagos, Nigeria.

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Is he black enough ?

By Tatyana Fazlalizadeh,  an African-American and Iranian artist who gained notoriety when she began to use street art to speak out against street harassment of women.

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Artist -Unknown

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Artist-Unknown

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Fro made of tree bark, exhibited at the Letiburn show Toronto. Artist is unknown

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