I saw an excerpt from Warsan Shire’s poem “For Women Who Are Difficult To Love” being shared and I wanted to hear her speak it. And it is so beautiful. (Full text here).
Medium: Oil/Acrylic on Canvas
Fun Fact: Born in Ibadan in Nigeria’s Edo state in 1961. He graduated as a Fine Arts Major from Yaba College of Technology in 1985 with several college awards as well as awards in other fields of his life, including the Youth Corps and in the advertising field. He has worked with the Nigerian Television Authority in Benin, Promoserve Limited in Lagos and the Yaba College of Technology.
1. Typical Niger Delta dance
3. Charge Series
4. Ecstasy (Joy Series)
5. Market series
6. Vitreous Women
7. Sweet Mama
8. Untitled (from Dance)
Black Panther Volume 4 issue 3.
King T’Chaka, Black Panther and ruler of Wakanda at the time, tells the members of the United Nations that it would irresponsible for Wakanda to share its scientific discoveries with the rest of the world until they are more “spiritually mature.”
Françoise Huguier, La Martinique, 1986