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Portraits Of Hair By So Yoon Lym

So Yoon Lym is an artist, who was born in South Korea, but lived much of her youth in Uganda and Kenya. 


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How To Greet Yoruba Parents And Elders By Oyinbo African Abeni

In Africa there are many ways to greet parents and elders. In most parts of Africa, they  Kneel to their parents or elders.  

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People Of Africa By Oyinbo African Abeni

My reason for this post today is mainly to let people know who don’t already know, how people from different Countries in Africa really are, as a lot of people judge people from Africa before even getting to know them!  

I am NOT Generalizing Africa as a whole, I am talking based on MY experience with people from ALL over Africa not only one or two countries in Africa, this is why I used the term “People of Africa”..  This post is not about one country in Africa, its about MANY countries around Africa.

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Artisans Exhibiting At The Chevron Bazaar

Bellafricana was amongst a few artisans that were at the Chevron bazaar held in Lagos, Nigeria on the 13th of November, 2014. My team and I were there to represent Bellafricana including various other creatives present to exhibit from arts, crafts, sculpture, textile, gift items, paintings, beads, baskets and many more. Great talents in Africa I tell you. 

I had to save some beautiful pictures to share with you. I absolutely love them all and I’m sure you will too.

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South African Street Food: Bunny Chow

No one knows how bunny chow came to be named, but what is certain is that this hollowed-out half- or quarter-loaf of white bread filled with a blistering-hot curry is one of South Africa’s most treasured street foods. 

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Aso-Oke Inspired Tie By Ty-Tys

Aso-oke has in recent times become more versatile in its use and is no longer limited to its traditional uses. The cloth is fast evolving into the fabric of choice for cutting edge fashion and trendy accessories in different countries and world regions.  

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Rihanna Class Up In Stella Jean Ankara Print Dress

Rihanna visited the white house wearing one of Stella Jean fall 2014 collection. She looks cute and classy in this and well put-together here.  

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African Inspired Wedding Invitations

I am Absolutely in Love with Bibi Invitations…

Bibi Invitations, a Winnipeg, Canada based African Wedding Invitation Company, is the brain child of 2 female Nigerian entrepreneurs that made a decision to create a collection of wedding invitations that was a reflection of their bold an effervescent nature as Africans.

Ify, a multimedia designer whose love for sumptuous African fabrics such as Aso Oke, Kente, Akwete, Ankara, Bogolanfini (Mud cloth) has evolved to the creation of their exquisite collection of invitations.

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ArtHouse Contemporary November Auction

Friday night in Lagos usually spells ‘TGIF’, hanging out, social events and the like. No one wants to have a ‘dulling weekend’. 

But Friday the 31st of October, in the Lagos art scene, had a different event in store. Art-lovers were treated to The ArtHouse Auction cocktail!

ArtHouse Contemporary Limited, a leading auction art company in Nigeria, organized a weekend-long event for the auction at The Wheatbaker Hotel, Ikoyi.

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Famous African Proverbs by Neva (Afritorial)

Wisdom is wealth! One thing I respect deeply about Africa is the treasure of wisdom our ancestors have handed down to us. While some of our leaders may have forgotten them, the rest of us don’t need to. From prudent sayings on wisdom itself, to judicious encouragements, warnings and even quirky advice on learning, patience, unity, wealth, poverty, community, family, love and marriage, these quotes will inspire you to be the best you can possibly be. – Neva

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