May 31,2018

Koktel – A Tale of Hyper-Masculinity By Zarita Zevallos

There has been a lot of talk, debate and research about hyper-masculinity, the exaggeratedly masculine roles and expectations that society expects men to conform to. Hyper-masculinity

May 14,2018

Prince Gyasi’s Local Photography

Ghanaian-American photographer, Prince Gyasi, shows his a unique perspective through his images. His iPhone photography gives off a local feel to his images, whether posed or

May 9,2018

Pariah by Zarita Zevallos

Zarita Zevallos is a Haitian photographer living in New York. Zevallos uses her work, presented as photo series and narratives, to bring to light different social

March 31,2018

Are We Good Enough by Lakin Ogunbanwo

Nigerian photographer, Lakin Ogunbanwo, talks about identity through this images. His latest body of work is titled 'we must not be looking' and is focused on

February 18,2018

Alien Edits by Loza Maléombho

Loza Maléombho caught a lot of attention when she released her uniquely styled shoes, and then her uniquely styled collections. The Ivorian designer expanded her horizon though with some

Nigerian photographer William Uko Willyverse
January 29,2018

The World of Willyverse

Toronto-based photographer, William Uko, a.k.a., Willyverse, makes you want to pick up your camera and try to shoot like him. He goes all out with his

African photography of black woman with afro hair
January 20,2018

Black is beautiful

With these new beginning for Muse Origins, we thought we should relaunch the posts with a reminder that Black is Beautiful. And there is no better