March 16,2018

Future Antebellum and Being Beautiful Black

Only after consultation with a dermatologist, because they are skilled enough to prescribe the right product and guide usage patterns, should a skin lightening cream be

March 15,2018

Ben Enwonwu’s Tutu Painting Makes History

Nigerians were in awe earlier this month when Ben Enwonwu’s painting ‘Tutu’ was auctioned at £1.2m (that’s more than half a billion Naira), way more than

March 14,2018

Pop Art with Pop Caven

When you mix pop art, popular Nigerian slogans and cool tees together, you get Pop Caven. The Nigerian sisters behind the brand are your classic Cool

March 13,2018

BFYNE African Inspired Swimwear

You may have already come across an image or two from this beautiful swimwear brand, BFYNE, but let's remind you again about the full range of

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March 11,2018

Makeup for Dark Skin by Ronke Raji

The advent (yes, advent) of makeup made for the black woman’s skin is very recent. Finding foundations et al suited for dark skin has remained a

March 10,2018

Indego Africa’s Handwoven Baskets

Hardly anyone makes you want to buy a woven basket like Indego Africa does. The baskets are handwoven and feature soft and subtle colors and designs.

March 8,2018

Empowering Women with Lemlem

No way, no how will stripes ever go out of fashion for Lemlem! The Ethiopian brand was founded by ever-smiling supermodel, Liya Kebede. Any brand which

March 6,2018

Color and lines with Arnold Butler

Atlanta-based artist, Arnold Butler, taught himself how to create art. He says “I don’t paint pictures, I paint my prayers for the Universe to see and

March 4,2018

Cultural identity by Ojo Agi

We don't know whether to first call Ojo Agi an artist or a writer. Her website features a number of essays as well as portrait illustrations

March 1,2018

Satire and totes with Michael Soi

Kenyan artist, Michael Soi, is well recognized for his satirical art. His work is very distinctive and reminiscent of cartoons you see in papers or in