Tag: culture

A short poem on culture by Tawanda Mudzonga

A short poem on culture by Tawanda Mudzonga

I’m part of the Pigeon Post readers as not only do I love reading African stories, I love reading them in real time with the author. Something about this short poem in… Read More

Stella Jean – Fashion beyond aesthetics


Stella Jean is a testament to how fashion, beyond aesthetics, can evolve into an instrument of counter-colonisation and become a vehicle for, and expression of, economic, social and ethical growth… Read More

Humanæ PANTONE® More equality than difference

humanae pantone more equality than difference

Angélica Dass is the granddaughter of a black and native Brazilian and the daughter of a black father adopted by a white family is in pursuit of highlighting our subtle-continuous of… Read More

Yinka Illori – Furniture design takes on new meaning

Yinka Illori Design Furniture

Yinka Ilori is truly one of my favourite London-based designers and people. He specialises in up-cycling vintage furniture, inspired by the traditional Nigerian parables and African fabrics that surrounded him… Read More

Put some RESPEK on it – The soulful rendition

The Hamiltones Put Some Respek On It Afroblush Blog Music Soul Anthony Hamilton

I’m a huge fan of the Breakfast Club (105.1) and the memes populating the internet following Birdman’s appearance in the studio, which was absolutely hilarious (you can watch it here). I’m… Read More

#19 Sansai – Diferente

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This week’s Tune of the Week is by trio Brazillian producers Sansai who floated onto my Soundcloud feed courtesy of a repost by Sango Beats. If you listen to Sango,… Read More

Beyonce’s depicts Igbo Landing in music video ‘Love Drought’


By way of Facebook I came across Beyonce’s ‘Love Drought’ video and its depiction of “Igbo Landing” an act of mass resistance by Africans against slavery. Beyonce’s video draws inspiration from… Read More

Brooklyn exhibition ‘New African Photography’


Last night was the opening in Brooklyn of exhibition New African Photography curated by Red Hook Labs in collaboration for the first time with Nataal, a global media platform founded by Alassane Sy, Sara Hemming and Helen… Read More

‘African Time’ – Observing polychronic cultures like clockwork

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A while back I ran a Twitter poll asking what time most people would turn up to an African party if it said to be starting at 7pm. 88% of you would… Read More