Africa is blessed with a diversity of culture, that we have not been able to exploit to its fullest. One of the things that gives us knowledge, memories and enhances our lives is travelling. Travelling and discovering new places adds some value to our lives. This book “African Memories” sums up the experience of the.
Have you ever questioned your skin? Have you ever wished for a flawless skin? If your answer is Yes, then you should read to the end. Every person wants a clean skin, without spot, but its so unrealistic because the body is in constant change and the skin releases most times unwanted spots that we.
In the season or out of season, gifts are things that leave prints in the life of an individual. They are symbols that represent the act of love showed to someone or one’s self. Most often we want to offer things that would speak to the person in our absence. We also find it difficult.
If you are an African woman, its for sure that you have once in your life wrapped your head. Personally i’m not the scarfy type. Because of the heat it generates. But the history behind the head wrap stems from the colonial period and has never been out-moded. But on the contrary it has been.
In the 1st part of this topic we spoke about the origins of the print WAX , which you can read here, as one of the prints that are not leaving the scenes any soon, even if it was a deploring fact that its more consumed than produced in Africa. Good news! Hopes are not lost.
“Worry less about who you want to be and think more about what you want to do, because this town is full of people who want to be congressmen, or senators or presidents, and if that’s your focus, if that’s your moral compass, then you are consistently going to be making decisions solely on the.
When I first saw his pictures, I fell in love with them because I was like this is something different and inspiring; talking of inspiration,Yanick FOLLY draws his inspiration from children. Life is simple, why complicate it, those where the words of Yanick Folly, an uprising African Star in Photography. Yanick Folly is 27.