Dapper Lou Lifestyle

Dapper Lou is one photographer that will inspire you to buy a camera, dress up…or down, go out with your friends, and have fun laughing and shooting. Some of our favourites from his lifestyle photography are below: Visit his beautiful website for more!

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If Nostalgia Were Coloured Brown

You know what? We can’t describe this series any better than Nakeya Brown does herself! “”If Nostalgia Were Coloured Brown” utilizes objects associated with home life and beautification processes as building blocks in constructing identity and black feminine spaces of self care. Each tablaeux is a site where memoirs, intimacy, womanhood, culture, and blackness converge in…

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Serengeti & Ngorongoro

We have to share these beautiful pictures of Serengeti & Ngorongoro, national park and conservation areas respectively, in Tanzania. This looks like where Disney’s The Lion King would have been shot, if it wasn’t a cartoon. Beautiful! Via Miss Moss

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Willyverse

It’s always a pleasure to see professional photographers capture images just because. Willyverse does this a lot, and shows an inspiring minimalist style – using colours, composition and simplicity to just make something pop; to just make you give the image more than a moment’s notice. See some of his work below. You can view his photography on…

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Europe in the Eyes of Africa

Ghanian artist, Serge Attukwei Clottey, once again brings us art with a message. We love how he uses photography, installation and performance art to talk about the his Ghanaian culture, the environment and social issues. These are the focus of his current Europe in the Eyes of Africa series. And he mixes these concepts beautifully.…

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In/Visibility

Patrick Gries talks about the deep and important issue of albinism using his photographs of Albinos in Tanzania. (Tanzania has a higher than average number of Albinos, for some reason). Albinism is characterized by a partial or complete lack of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes. Albinos in Tanzania have long since faced significant…

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