Murjoni Merriweather—more commonly known as Murjoni—is an exciting novel sculptor residing in Maryland, USA. Her work centres around Black fashion customs, from Afrocentric hairstyles to teeth grills. Murjoni exercises her art in different mediums like ceramics and more notably her innovative use of synthetic braiding hair.
Author: Kashala Abrahams
Absurdism within the literary and visual art form explores this basis of discordance by utilising themes that are overly peculiar and lack a definite meaning.
Pierre Santos, otherwise known as the Indigo Kid is a visual artist and sculptor based in the United Kingdom. His main body of work involves
Does life imitate art or does art imitate life?Animation as we know it has been a source of entertainment mainly aimed towards children from its
This experimental poetry pamphlet by Ruth Stacey, accompanied by the illustrations of Desdemona McCannon, explores the complexities of identity, displacement, and gender expression within the
The highly hectic streets of 1960s New York City bred culturally invigorating artist Jean-Michel Basquiat who in his twenty-seven years of life re-shaped the white-dominated