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..
“..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
by Ana Miralles, a Spanish comic books artist, known particularly for her treatment of erotic subjects.
The big chop
by Ash the painter, a Pop art portraitist and art designer who loves painting xtra curly hair…
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.
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.
By Studio of Mode, an illustrator and artist who also makes uber cool gadget cases with her art prints.
Modé (studio of mode) is an artist who currently lives in Lagos, Nigeria.
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.
Fro made of tree bark, exhibited at the Letiburn show Toronto. Artist is unknown