Let’s support AFRICAN TALENT :)
A friend of mine called MOHAMED DIONE is an up and coming, super talented actor ( see his bio here : http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2023513/) wants to shoot this short film about a modern african tale! He and his team at Caramel Cappucino film production company ( Sweet name right?! ) are producing it but they need some support! If you can support this project in any way by donating a few dollars ( from one dollar) or simply backing this project ( no money needed) or JUST REBLOGGING THIS POST it would be immensely appreciated and we all would be very grateful!
Here is the link where you can read and learn more about the project and also donate :
THANK YOU and Happy holidays y’all xoxoxoxoxo
Just because i love Africa so very much. There is no other place like it and i feel blessed , honored, privileged to be from there!
So please REBLOG this if you love AFRICA, Talk about AFRICA, have a Blog about AFRICA, if you are AFRICAN!
Look at this gorgeous face. She’s a talented makeup artist that films makeup tutorial video’s on Youtube. Plus she’s really funny, check her out her : http://www.youtube.com/user/lilpumpkinpie05
Oh and lets not forget, she’s Naija! AFRICA POWER
Their isn’t anybody representing any African country on Lookbook.nu ! SMH
Where are my beautiful, stylish and glamorous African ladies at?…Y’all need to start representing ASAP please! Ok? Thank you. Love you
African Renaissance Monument in Dakar, Senegal! This is Inspiring and Epic!
I wan’t to go see this but i think i would be scared to get really close to it because i’m kind of scared of Big spaces and statues!
Ok….so I feel that NO ONE should wear ‘african print’ just because and kudos to our many African designers who know how to use it rather than the whites who claim it as their own *side-eye* Yes, I am extremely prejudice on this.
I kind of felt the same way when i started to see this trend of doing african print clothes here in the western world. Like they where stealing and claiming it! But then i thought about it and figured that it’s our responsibility ( us african’s, african designers) to make sure it’s origins is always known by continuing to create original designs from the home land and promote it to the western world. It’s as if they are the student and we are the master…and the first will not over power the second one because contrary to “strangers” for whom this is a new trend that will come and go ( or transform), this is a form of art in Africa!
Plus i love seeing the marriage between African prints and western designs….it’s like a “metissage” of the two cultures ! Lets embrace this :)