Posted in January 2013

Goodbye 2012, Hello 2013

Goodbye 2012, Hello 2013

2012 was NOT the year I got engaged / married / pregnant, and I only came remotely close to finding my dream job … So I’m guessing it wasn’t meant to be. BUT. At least half of my facebook “friends” did, and I “like”d it. And I started a blog. And I went to Mauritius on an … Continue reading

Originally posted on AFRICAN URBANISM:
When many think of African fabrics, the first thing that comes to mind is wax prints: the brightly colored, geometric, symbolic designs on fabric sported by Africans and those living inside (and more and more outside) of Africa. A recent article on the history of “African” wax prints reveals its…

Originally posted on Edward Echwalu – Documentary Photographer:
The United States economy is nine times the size of Africa’s, but Africa has twice as many mobile phones according to Harvard Business Review (HBR). Visually, Africa’s story is silently being told through these little gadgets. Unfortunately, many will remain as such. Silent. I am a perfect…