I was making toffee the other day, dancing, listening to the cable music channel and you know they’re sneaking in more + more holiday songs here and there. Anyway, some Christmas songs are mad depressing, right?! I’m sure you can think of a couple, but this one in particular, I believe Gerald Levert sings something […]Read more "week 50 || 2016"
Stars sun and moon Blackberry galaxy and iPhone Dad is playing video games Mother is listening to her new tunes Grandma is in the nursing home So kids are watching a cartoon Gps tracking and drones Instagram Facebook and iTunes Technology took our relations away Only friend we need is a cellphone Yaz 2016 thefallingthoughts […]Read more "the only friend we need"
Short answer? Heck no. There’s something that haunts me. Something that whispers to me faintly from far off with each day that passes and every time I pick up my pen. I’ve gotta good at ignoring it, so good that I often think it’s gone but every once in a while it’ll catch me off […]Read more "Is Art A Waste Of Time? — Carve & Draw"
Each day in November, I challenged myself to sketch the face of a beautiful, Black + bearded man. My strong suit is women’s fashion illustrations, but I wanted to attempt rendering men’s faces/expressions[they used to always look like women!], practice patience and brush up on my graphite skills. And there’s always growth when you step […]Read more "For the Love of the Black Man"
I feels so good to be Black 🙂 jaythedreamer.com ❤Read more "Black Queen"
excerpt from xoNECOLE.com 33 Morning Rituals to Start Your Day What’s the first thing you did when you woke up this morning? Did you roll over and check your smartphone? I knew it! Is this what the world has come to? Being a slave to Apple and Android? Come on, we have to do better… Maintaining balance […]Read more "week 49 || 2016: 33 Morning Rituals"
I’ve been super lazy with the photo sharing of all the beauty I’ve captured these last few months, but yesterday, my phone told me my storage was almost full.. so, you know why I’m here. I visited Spelman for the second time this year. [It’s still dope.] I’m happy to say that the college frequently […]Read more "Black Art Matters: Africa Forecast"