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“Never look directly at the sun. Instead, look at the sunflower.” Vera Nazarian THE SUNFLOWER GIRL. Muse @thejesuferanmibankole Makeup by @bregha.

FRETLESS

Beca Donald Knott is Fretless. EOPJOURNALS. Easy and stressless edit featuring @beca_donald_knott in her beautiful freckled skin and majestic mane under a glorious Accra weather. I had such fun time shooting this gorgeous edit armed with just a camera, 50mm lens and a reflector. Shot around the Iconic Freedom square in Accra, I couldn’t help but wonder how much creativity would grow all around Africa if creatives are just allowed to access and given freedom to express themselves without fear of being harassed in public spaces or prejudice of being an African creative. Thanks to @timmydavies_ @tosinjunaid @meusegh @tolucoles and …

Pyramids of Egypt: My Experience Through Pictures

I’ve been in Egypt for a bit now documenting the Africa Cup of Nations AFCON Egypt 2019 for Pan-African Sports Agency. It’s been really hectic but yesterday, I decided to go out and explore after all, It would be a shame if I came all the way to Egypt and I do not see one of the wonders of this world. I’ll love to tell you about my experience, location, transportation, getting into the pyramids, getting around, experience with the locals, expectations and interaction with other tourists, but for now, enjoy my experience vicariously through these photos:

Rainbow chasers

Rainbow Chasers

It’s been a week of constant rainfall in Lagos! This can be really frustrating as you know once its pours in Lagos traffic grinds to a halt. We ventured out in the rain yesterday to see how Lagosians are fairing amidst the constant rainfall. We have some intersting tales.

THE HUEMANIST

The second solo photo exhibition of visual artist and fashion photographer, Emmanuel Oyeleke, themed “The Huemanist” held on the 5th of April till 11th of April, 2019 at Terrakulture, Victoria Island, Lagos. The approach is optimistic and focuses on innate noble human capacity to be good, love, overcome hardship, pain and despair and achieve self-actualization, fulfillment and satisfaction in life. Capturing an optimistic and individualistic outlook about the human experience, the collection employs the use of minimal aesthetics, hues, and floral entities throughout the body of work. The techniques include the use of paint on bodies, large canvas prints to …

IRIN AJO- Ode to culture

This collection is the expression of the quintessential afropolitan nomadic woman and her journey through life from rural Africa taking on the world, proud of her inherent cultural heritage as she confidently carries it as a badge of honour. Principal components of the collection were made up of yoruba cultural indications such as fabric- Aso-Oke, dress form- Agbada, Buba ati Sokoto, Iro ati Buba, Kembe, fila abeti aja and facial tribal mark- “Pele”, all finely blended with rich silks, satin, jersey, neoprene and intricately hand beaded embellishment to the celebration of the opulent Royal Heritage of the Yorubas. In keeping …