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africancreature:

Nestreya

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Nwékpé mask from Ibom village on Nkwo Ekpe Ibom day of the Ikeji. Ibom Village, Arochukwu, September 23, 1988. Nwekpe is a benign (i.e., not aggressive) type of mask with an anthropomorphic headdress. Photo: Eli Bentor

African Arts, Vol. 38, No. 4 (Winter, 2005), Eli Bentor.

ukpuru:

Nwékpé mask from Ibom village on Nkwo Ekpe Ibom day of the Ikeji. Ibom Village, Arochukwu, September 23, 1988. Nwekpe is a benign (i.e., not aggressive) type of mask with an anthropomorphic headdress. Photo: Eli Bentor

African Arts, Vol. 38, No. 4 (Winter, 2005), Eli Bentor.

kurleebelle:

Cute! @jfashiongirl87 (at www.kurleebelle.com)

kurleebelle:

Cute! @jfashiongirl87 (at www.kurleebelle.com)

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thatrapscallionsponge:

gingerche:

yourscientistfriend:

Ferguson

today

Guys, just because it’s out of the mainstream media doesn’t mean that the problems are gone. We gotta keep giving attention to these issues

ethiopienne:

this city is so good to me

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the-girl-who-dreams-big:

ridge:

holup

REASONS WHY I LOVE MY PEOPLE

lilmsawkward:

lilmsawkward:

I’m gonna cry

Still crying

wow that’s mean, but so true and funny though 

lilmsawkward:

lilmsawkward:

I’m gonna cry

Still crying

wow that’s mean, but so true and funny though 

  • Men: If Orange is the New Black is so good with representation, why are all the men horrible?
  • Women: They're not all horrible. Bennett's nice. What more do you want?
  • Men: But he's clueless and irresponsible! And that's just ONE guy! How can you give me ONE decent male character in a slew of diverse female characters and call THAT representation?
  • Women:
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afrikanattire:

Launched last month, Wafrica — Africa plus wa for Japan — has unveiled a range of kimono handcrafted in an array of African cotton fabrics that would seem to be a million miles from the subtle silks more commonly associated with traditional Japanese dress. Yet despite the orange comets and flashes of lightning tearing across a moss-green background, and the tribal swirls in colors that recall the sun-drenched African soil, the prints blend seamlessly into the kimono form before they surprise Japanese shoppers with their foreign origin.

The cultural cocktail is the brainchild of Serge Mouangue, a Tokyo-based concept- car designer for Nissan, who joined forces with Kururi, a Tokyo-based kimono- maker, to produce the traditional Japanese attire in 18 African prints sourced in markets from Nigeria to Senegal.

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Serge Mouange introduces the WAfrica concept and kimono (Fashion show)

Le kimono Africain: Serge Mouangue TED talks

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