African American Artists & Designers for 2014, Part 2

by Fred Showker

... continued from the previous page.

Carry my heart ... it's too heavy for me

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My search lead me to this studio -- and their blog -- that shows some stunning stuff . . . WOW Magazine sez : "The truly stylish ones know that style goes beyond wearing clothes and wearing clothes properly. It’s in the little bits and pieces, those extra things, that finish that complete the look ... Checkout the amazing coveralls by the Studio of Mode, handrawn and photographed by the amazing artist herself, Mode Aderinokun.
      Modé is an artist who currently lives in Lagos, Nigeria. Studio of Modé (M-oh-day) allows her creativity to connect and integrate into society.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Mode Aderinokun - The Mode Chronicles
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Patrick Amara

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No "about" pages found anywhere, but Patrick Amara seems to have a knack for beauty. Patric is young, up and coming -- probably one to watch!
      Also see Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/patrick.amara
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Patrick Amara Photography & Design
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Neourbian Art for the Masses

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Here's another case of an art gallery online with no credits and no content other than pictures. I contacted the "ask me" to find out what "Neourbian" is and who did all the art and am waiting a response.
      But the art is striking, and, I believe, crafted by an Afro American. Click the "screen" link for a true close-up and see the work that goes into this art! Enjoy.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Neourbian Art for the Masses
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NOW, the 18th Annual Black History Month Surf Continues

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thanks for reading

Fred Showker

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