Black hair is a cosmic wire that spirals like the number 9 and 6. When you look at the shape of the 9 and 6, see it as representing a logarithmic spiral; the golden spiral or the Φ (Phi): the golden ratio. Our hair spirals like the galaxies and expands outwards like the expansion of […]Read more "a lesson on black hair"
By Sarah Meron The summer I turned 10 years old, I went on holiday to a beach town somewhere in France with my auntie and uncle. I remember arriving at the beach and plopping myself excitedly on my beach towel, one of those white ones with blue stripes. The sun felt snug and delicious on… It’s […]Read more "Tanning as a Black Woman (a reblog)"
How beautiful, dope and NECESSARY is this?! ❤Read more "Great Green Wall"
greens not so vibrant time knows when to let things die season changed… like us autumn © 2017 KB WrightRead more "autumn"
Cloudland Canyon had been on my radar for over a year; I mean, look at it. After my trip to San Juan, I thought hey, where can I hike that resembles heaven without hopping on a plane? Cloudland is one of sixty Georgia state parks and is located in Rising Fawn about two hours northwest […]Read more "Head in the Cloudland"
Artist Pierre Jean-Louis creates the universe in Black women’s hair. His work has been all over social media [I only have an ig account, but dang!] and various web + pop culture sites. I thought I’d share for those who haven’t yet let their eyes be blessed. all works by Pierre Jean-Louis ❤Read more "Black Art Matters: Pierre Jean-Louis"