Check out this hauntingly beautiful duo on SoundCloud, think chill and introspective summer afternoons in your hometown. This would be the perfect sound track, find out more about them here http://vanguardmagazine.co.za/interview-we-talk-heritage-and-lekker-sh-with-music-duo-8-bars-short/
Stay inspired 🙂
You may have seen his work at Njelele art station and fallen in love with it as much as we had, check out more of it here Aquarianox.blogspot.com, prepare to have your mind blown
“With a Pen
A child will come to understand the meaning in their name
A tribe will retrace their pathway to the beginning of their totem
A people might preserve their culture for tomorrow’s generations
A simple prophecy in graffiti on a city wall some rock paintings”
Besides having a cool name to go by, Tswarelo Mothobe, A.K.A. A Scribe Called Tswa, has so much talent he has been recognised by sites as big as World hip Hop Market as an artist worth looking out for. We hope his poetry inspires you as much as it moves us!
(pic from google+)
One of the most refreeshing Social Media Campaigns we have come across so far, from Ithaca college, African students are using great photography and gorgeous pictures to break stereotypes. We first found them on twitter and could not resist sending them a message to let them know how much their work is appreciated, you should do the same https://twitter.com/ICAfrican
“Africans do not all look alike.” “Africans do not all look alike.”
“Is that the Zimbabwean flag we see? Nice!”
Don’t forget to like Facebook page for more up do date creative inspiration (on the side bar.)
Stay Inspired 🙂
(pics from https://twitter.com/ICAfrican )
Danai Gurira as featured in Essence Magazine
“It’s all about self Love and the right to walk in this world the way we were created.”
This is so far one of our favourite posts from our week celebrating people who inspire us on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/afrofresco), check it out to find out more on what we are up to and who is keeping us dreaming big.
Stay Inspired. 🙂
(pic from afrolistasandthecity.blogspot.com and Essence magazine)
You might have already seen this stunning picture already, on Reddit or Pinterest, and it is no wonder it is getting around fast. It is from a photo essay by Photographer Robin Hammond on Zimbabwe’s Gold Rush. It is beautiful, isn’t it?
(pic and story from AfricanDigitalArt.com)