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Monday, April 30, 2012


Get Your Grungecake Hats.
I Managed To Sneak Up In This
Lookbook Video For YAMS (founder of Grungecake)
And The Work And Team That Is Responsible For It All Coming
Together Deserve To Be Recognized.
If You Don't Know What Grungecake* Is All About,
Support The Site, Support These Artists, Support These Hats? ;)
*G R U N G E C A K E - An inclusive arts and entertainment company thematically addressing social issues.
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Monday, March 5, 2012

Artist Of The Month: Alex Alexander

Here's a name you've probably heard before:
Alex Alexander.

This woman is not only just an exotic face,
but the talent she embodies and exudes is beyond compelling:
Alex Alexander is a native of Washington DC, born February 14th of 1988. After graduating from the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, Alexander received her Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute (MICA) in 2010. She now resides in Baltimore. With eight years of photographic exploration and training under the eye of such teaching artists as Jack Wilgus and Alexander Heilner, Alex has continuously worked towards combining her first love of the poetic arts with the fine medium of photography thus all efforts accumulate to what Alexander calls, Photo-Poetry.
Convinced yet?
Not only is Alex a dear friend of mine, but i also got the privilege to work with her in such an artistic manner!
Check out some of our pics. The other two models happen to be my two very best friends Imani Inami and Jetia Deity!

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Susy's Closet

A few weeks ago
i had the pleasure of modeling
a few amazing pieces for Susy's Closet.
Susy's Closet is an online vintage clothing store run by the Harlem entrepreneur 
Susy "African Creature" Oludele

Not only is this Nigerian beauty a local Trendsetter, she is also a Hair Stylist, Image Consultant, Wardrobe Stylist, Photographer, and Promoter. 
Take a look at some of her pieces and 
check out the site store!

Thursday, January 12, 2012


The word utchat, sometimes spelled udjat, refers to Egypt's sacred eye symbol. 
The right eye is called the Eye of Ra, 
symbolizing the sun. 
The left is called the Eye of Thoth, 
symbolizing the moon. 
Both eyes together are the Two Eyes Of Horus The Elder. The eye is the part of the body able to perceive light, and is therefore the symbol for spiritual ability.