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"Dare to love yourself
as if you were a rainbow
with gold at both ends."
Aberjhani (via observando)
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"It’s ego that wants to feel important; the consciousness doesn’t care. The consciousness simply is."
Gabriel Picazo (via stardust-seedling)
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divalocity:

Power Woman: Actress Jada Pinkett Smith | The EDIT | 31 JULY 2014
Photography: Chris Colls
Styling: Kate Young
divalocity:

Power Woman: Actress Jada Pinkett Smith | The EDIT | 31 JULY 2014
Photography: Chris Colls
Styling: Kate Young
divalocity:

Power Woman: Actress Jada Pinkett Smith | The EDIT | 31 JULY 2014
Photography: Chris Colls
Styling: Kate Young
divalocity:

Power Woman: Actress Jada Pinkett Smith | The EDIT | 31 JULY 2014
Photography: Chris Colls
Styling: Kate Young
divalocity:

Power Woman: Actress Jada Pinkett Smith | The EDIT | 31 JULY 2014
Photography: Chris Colls
Styling: Kate Young
divalocity:

Power Woman: Actress Jada Pinkett Smith | The EDIT | 31 JULY 2014
Photography: Chris Colls
Styling: Kate Young
divalocity:

Power Woman: Actress Jada Pinkett Smith | The EDIT | 31 JULY 2014
Photography: Chris Colls
Styling: Kate Young
divalocity:

Power Woman: Actress Jada Pinkett Smith | The EDIT | 31 JULY 2014
Photography: Chris Colls
Styling: Kate Young
divalocity:

Power Woman: Actress Jada Pinkett Smith | The EDIT | 31 JULY 2014
Photography: Chris Colls
Styling: Kate Young
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lamusenoire:

Herieth Paul for Love Magazine F W 2014
Photographer Patrick Demarchelier
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stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL: Dawoud Bey *Photographers Spotlight*
Bey is an African American photographer from Jamaica, Queens, New York. Most known for his street portraits and his incredible Birmingham Project, this set features his photos of Harlem in the late 1970s. Credits below.
Three Women at a Parade, 1978
Deas McNeil, The Barber, 1976
Two Women at a Parade, 1978
Mr. Moore’s Bar-B-Que, 125th Street, 1976
stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL: Dawoud Bey *Photographers Spotlight*
Bey is an African American photographer from Jamaica, Queens, New York. Most known for his street portraits and his incredible Birmingham Project, this set features his photos of Harlem in the late 1970s. Credits below.
Three Women at a Parade, 1978
Deas McNeil, The Barber, 1976
Two Women at a Parade, 1978
Mr. Moore’s Bar-B-Que, 125th Street, 1976
stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL: Dawoud Bey *Photographers Spotlight*
Bey is an African American photographer from Jamaica, Queens, New York. Most known for his street portraits and his incredible Birmingham Project, this set features his photos of Harlem in the late 1970s. Credits below.
Three Women at a Parade, 1978
Deas McNeil, The Barber, 1976
Two Women at a Parade, 1978
Mr. Moore’s Bar-B-Que, 125th Street, 1976
stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL: Dawoud Bey *Photographers Spotlight*
Bey is an African American photographer from Jamaica, Queens, New York. Most known for his street portraits and his incredible Birmingham Project, this set features his photos of Harlem in the late 1970s. Credits below.
Three Women at a Parade, 1978
Deas McNeil, The Barber, 1976
Two Women at a Parade, 1978
Mr. Moore’s Bar-B-Que, 125th Street, 1976
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fckyeahprettyafricans:

Sudan
yagazieemezi:

Photographer: Thandiwe MuriuMakeup Artist: Cultured EgoModel: Anok Kuol
Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram
Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic
fckyeahprettyafricans:

Sudan
yagazieemezi:

Photographer: Thandiwe MuriuMakeup Artist: Cultured EgoModel: Anok Kuol
Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram
Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic
fckyeahprettyafricans:

Sudan
yagazieemezi:

Photographer: Thandiwe MuriuMakeup Artist: Cultured EgoModel: Anok Kuol
Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram
Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic
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anna-toman:

It was supposed to be a warm up sketch, but turned out to become a bizarrely colored portrait.
I used a picture of a beautiful Jade Ava as a reference. Check her out!
http://thejaded-reality.tumblr.com/post/91566003755/just-a-black-girl-trying-to-make-it-3-follow
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erthtone:

Time and space. 

© Arnold R. Butler.2014
(www.ab2ether.com)