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    Fashion illustration in Africa

    Tapiwa Matsinde’s fashion illustration book is something the fashion industry really needed. Given how deep-rooted she is in the African creative spheres, this British-born curator (of Zimbabwean descent) was one of the most ideal authors, for such an iconic book. It’s a book that was birthed through multi-national African collaborations. Bringing together several African fashion illustrators all into one book. More

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    Three unsung African Queens

    I always appreciate and applaud any musician who can stick to her native tongue AND then still have room to add a tad-bit of English for us to all get an idea of the story. The global community needs to learn and see that Africa has such beautiful and diverse tongues. We talk in those languages, read in those languages, sing in those languages, and praise God in those languages. More

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    Fun with African flags

    What are we going to be focusing on today? Short answer: birds! More specifically national flags with birds on them. Today I’m focusing on five countries: Zambia, Kiribati, Dominica, Papua New Guinea, and Mexico! How did I not know that Mexico has a whole eagle on its flag? In my mind, I thought it only had stripes. While you digest and marvel at my poor observation skills, grab some popcorn and get ready. More

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    Africa’s most funded Kickstarter projects – Versus USA & China

    I think today’s post is both fun and very easy to follow. I did some research and drew tables to compare the top five most funded African Kickstarter projects ever! Versus the top five most funded American (and top five most funded Chinese) Kickstarter projects ever! Are you ready to dig into the most successful Kickstarter projects from Africa? And compare them around. More

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