Black Joy — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Photographer Adreinne Waheed is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this portrait photography. From the book/project ‘Black Joy’. To see Adreinne’s body of work, click on any image. All images © Adreinne Waheed See also: RED LINES By Adreinne Waheed […]

I just love us. via Black Joy — Edge of Humanity Magazine

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other beauty

yes. your face is lovely. but a wild face. without and attractive heart. or a stunning soul. does nothing for me. i need the other beauty. – nayyirah waheed photo found on Pinterest, no copyright infringement intended

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Black Every Friday: Shanti Om

I had the pleasure of hearing AND MEETING Shanti last month at a live performance and I just had to share her light with y’all! She is SO beautiful, humble, natural and.. real. And incredibly gifted. I just love her energy. If you can’t tell, she’s using a loop machine to record her voice/the track. […]

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Scars are Diamonds (a reblog)

Due to a chemotherapy procedure I ended up with a nickel sized scar near my right shoulder blade, whenever I would go out I’d cover it with makeup and thought to myself “one day I’ll save enough money to fix it surgically”. Months later I had a hip replacement and a muscle flap and 4 […] […]

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super

© Fabrice Monteiro If melanin is a superconductor and absorbs all frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum, what does that make the Black woman and the Black man?  

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For the Love of Art

A couple of weeks ago, I went to another great show: For the Love of Art. I especially love exhibits with themes so you can see how different minds interpret the subject[s], but this one didn’t have a blatant focus. I guess, hence the name, it really was just for the love of art. As […]

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Black Art Matters

  Ndidi Emefiele Ndidi Emefiele is a young talent from Nigeria. Having graduated from Delta State University in Abraka, she is now furthering her studies with a MFA at the Slade School of Art at UCL in London. Her work has charmed the public of 1:54 art fair’s third edition, and her pictures are hard […]

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