AFRO+PUNK is an autobiographical editorial project depicting a journey through the exploration of black identities in the alternative community and the struggles and complexities faced whilst in the middle. Inspired by Grace Wales Bonner, Adam Pendleton and Basquiat, this project provocatively addresses identity, race and sexuality through symbolism and a small essay piece in hope [...] Continue Reading

    "IDAKEJI, the word means opposite in Yoruba, one of the major languages in Nigeria. We live in a country where, marching to the beat of your own drum is frowned upon because you are expected to conform. We refuse to."⁠ CREDITS Photographer: Niyi Okeowo @niyiokeowostudio Photography assistant: Olasunkanmi Iroko @olasunkanmi_iroko Stylists: Nkem Juma @theoneandonlynoj  for @thenojcompany Sindara Dada @sindara.xx for @thenojcompany Models: [...] Continue Reading

    My home, Africa. My home sweet home, The home that birthed the strong “African woman“, The one that is taught to “work hard”. Hard enough to take care of her home from the second she can breathe, patient enough to put everyone else before her, humble enough to express herself a little as possible, so [...] Continue Reading
  • Visual Story: ABSORPTION

    In the words of the artist "What is black? Historically, it has been the symbolic color of dignity and authority, and for this reason is still commonly worn by judges. Fashionably, it is a statement. Culturally, it is the blueprint. But personally? Black is Art. Power. Strength. Rich. Majestic. Polished. Intricate. And so much more." [...] Continue Reading
  • Rise In Light

    Alton Mason in collaboration with creative platform Melanin Unscripted has released the short film and social impact campaign “Rise in Light” with an aim to shed light on one of the darkest corners of the world, and provide relief to children and families in Lagos, Nigeria affected by COVID-19. Having exceeded its initial goal to [...] Continue Reading
  • Orangeculture: School of Rejects ’17

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  • My ghosts at the shores of Badagry

    My ghosts are not gone, they come here and make jokes with the waves about the life i live Carelessly twisting the beautiful midnight tunes, that help my gentle soul sleep. But welcome to my dream, a foolish space with vain aspirations and unsympathetic thoughts Dark shadows come here a lot to fly free from [...] Continue Reading
  • Page Boy

    If i stayed too long in 1975 , maybe i would forget too soon what the carnation revolution felt like…. opening doors and serving rich white guests as they spilled secrets about a war yet to come. Playing the dutiful role of a lobby boy across these old vintage landmarks. Come quick boy! More sugar [...] Continue Reading
  • SOLITUDE by Emmanuel Achusim

    For me, when ever I think of Space, landscape , wildernesses , seashores and skies the word that comes to my mind is FREEDOM, photographing this series felt amazing, the Solitude made me feel like I had everything under control, from the wind to the clouds and even my free spirited model Jazzmine. Curated by [...] Continue Reading

    Somethings hide better under bare skins, and remain oblivious to common eyes. Same way personalities and characters are covered up by the society’s interpretation of the regular. To be thirsty for the truth is to look past book covers and dig into the pages of ones real self, and accept the idea that we all […]

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