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Amaal Said’s Must-See Photography Embraces Beauty Within Women Of Color

It’s nice to see that Amaal Said’s poetic flare hasn’t left her aesthetic since transitioning into photography. Regularly casting women of color as her primary muse, the Danish-born Somali photographer and poet has a knack for capturing beauty in it’s most natural state. Amaal simply wishes to utilize her talents to bring people together. Currently based in London, UK,…

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Virtual Hub For Creatives Pays Homage To Female Artists

Born and raised in Trinidad, 25-year-old Kadeem Fletcher is the internet sensation you should know about. Creating an aesthetically pleasing virtual hub for creatives worldwide is just one of the many things he likes to do in his spare time. When the young mogul isn’t too busy taking NYC by storm, pursuing his degree in…

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#FlashbackFriday: Meet Visual Storyteller Asiyami Gold

Being rewarded the opportunity to further understand the rose that grew from concrete that is Asiyami “Gold” Wekulom was more than exhilarating. As both a creative director and designer who documents her world travels, all while simultaneously serving as an accidental food critic, Asiyami is quite the force to be reckoned with. Asiyami Gold is one of…

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The List: Devin Allen

“The List” is our exclusive series that highlights select artists and the various, random things that they’re currently into and inspired by. Ranging from all creative facets, this series shall serve as your go-to for all things visionary and artistic. Last year, the death of Baltimore resident Freddie Gray became the inception of city-wide uprisings.…

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‘Black Men With Flowers’ Photo Series Sheds Light On The Man of Color

In the midst of the Black revolution that’s taking over the globe and the plight of Black men in America, Berlin-based Nigerian photographer Lynette Luna decided to show honor in a more positive light. Using a variety of multi-colored flowers in an array of shapes and sizes, Luna uses Ghanaian model Nana Ansah as her…

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Iconic Movies Get Reworked With Black Characters

Recently actress Viola Davis made history at this year’s Emmy Awards, and during her moving acceptance speech, she shed light on how women of color are not offered the same opportunities as others within the world of Hollywood. Photographers, Senegalese Omar Victor Diop and French-American Antoine Tempé, back this notion and have also decided to…

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Word To The Woman: Bee Walker

With photography as not only her career, but her passionate hobby of choice, Bee Walker uses imagery as a storytelling tool throughout various mediums. Finding beauty and bloom in all creative aspects, get a glimpse into Bee Walker’s visual experience with video direction from Charlotte Hornsby for Word to the Woman below: Art Direction: Solange…

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