Ikeoluwa Odunjo is an experimental Visual Artist currently studying in the UK. She recently released a portrait series she calls Orisha. Eseosa Belo-Osagie speaks to her about it. When society speaks of women, it’s often in the context of limitation and how these limitations determine what femininity should be and the
1. the persistent inability to believe that one's success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result ofone's own efforts or skills. https://youtu.be/fvPDVaZkopo This is a phrase a lot of creatives resonate with especially seeing as creative work is rather subjective. It can be largely loved and hated at the
Raining In Nigeria, as shot by Ogoh Clem, features and celebrates the new generation of African designers from Ghana, Nigeria, & Ivory Coast.We visit Lagos sustainable side and feel the breath of nature as we shoot this editorial.All the labels featured in this Fashion Editorial have a commitment to sustainability and a common desire: to
Over the years, Lagos city has become more of a place where people work just to survive. We move around like lifeless beings tied to one another with no distinct destination and this is sole because, in a city like Lagos, things can only get worse. Depression caused by broken
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Ikeoluwa Odunjo is an experimental Visual Artist currently studying in the UK.
Curated by: ChuChu Ojekwe For WorldPhotography Day we celebrate some of the most
Azeezat Oyawoye is a model & illustrator, and this series is a