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Antoine Schneck | A Hyper-reality of Burkinabé Portraiture

French photographer Antoine Schneck stands tall in the flooded world of portraiture with his use of incredibly detailed imagery on vacant black backgrounds. Voluntary models from Burkina Faso are presented in an alternative…

Medhi Sefrioui | Handing a Pink Slip to Fashion’s Black List

Mehdi Sefrioui | Handing a Pink Slip to Fashion’s Black List

Handbag Racism, a catchall phrase thrown around in the summer of 2013. It describes the outer boundaries of racism in our supposedly post racialist society. Even though not always overt, racism drifts the…

Featured | Antoine Tempé | Danseurs D'Afrique

Antoine Tempé | Danseurs D’Afrique

An image that eloquently suggests motion, if done well commands a certain degree of respect for in the static the kinetic is alluded.  Since launching the series Danseurs D’Afrique more than a decade ago,…

Role Play Fantasy in ONOMOllywood

Role Play Fantasy in ONOMOllywood

“We work because it’s a chain reaction, each subject leads to the next.” This one of many famous quips by the late, great, American designer, Charles Eames. Creativity doesn’t happen in a vacuum;…

Fabrice Monteiro | A Beautiful Nightmare

Fabrice Monteiro | Marron, A Beautiful Nightmare on Shackles & Slavery

Marron, is a beautiful nightmare. A photographic re-enactment of one of the horrors of slavery – the shackle. The devices depicted are based on historical documentation of these savage devices used to subdue,…

*****EpiSode SpeZiaL*****The Daily African Revisit!! WHERE ARE THEY NOW? *****************************

*****EpiSode SpeZiaL*****The Daily African Revisit!! WHERE ARE THEY NOW? ********

  In 2001 Diesel had a rather titillating fantasy. Swedish ad agency Paradiset DDB and photographer Ellen Von Unwerth allowed the brand to slip into reverie when together they put forth the Daily…

Athina Kazolea | The Ethiopia's Highlands, A Journey Beyond Fine Art Photography

Athina Kazolea | Christmas in Ethiopia’s Highlands, Travelling Beyond Fine Art Photography

The first time I laid eyes on the portrait of a young priest, whom I immediately recognized to be Ethiopian, I was mesmerized. Not only for its scale, standing more than a meter…

Everyday Africa | When Social Media Is A Game Changer

Everyday Africa | When Social Media Is A Game Changer

What happens every 60 seconds in Africa? A minute passes. Perhaps you’ve come across the meme that’s made the Internet rounds since last year.

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