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THE CREATIVITY OF LIFE.

Here’s an image worth playing with!

Recreation and imitation is known to be one of the BEST forms of compliment and flattery.

Recreation: Digital Design & Photography (LIAM IAN LLC)

Author unknown. Src: Pinterest.

ART is about letting the Creative Mind go…on…to creating marvels and wonders as forms to communicate thoughts and ideas, concepts and theories, perspectives and paradigms.

Here’s a “digital” piece worth being inspired by!

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Nora Uche

Olamide Ogundele

Rebecca

Myever Akinyele

Eniola

Bola Edun

Elisabeth Ayodele

Aduke Shitta Bay

The world of female fashion modeling has quickly evolved from showcasing girls no differently to the way they would an inanimate object, to creating an entire industry of role models. Today’s girls such as Mayowa Nicholas, Nora Uche, Bola Edun, Myever Akinleye, Olamide Ogundele, and Ayobami Okekunle are not just hangers; they are game-changers. These girls are more approachable than their supermodel predecessors such as Linda, Naomi, or Cindy. By being accessible through Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram, today’s fashion models sell dreams that we can be a part of, making fashion a growing reality.

Whether an anonymous cover girl, supermodel or the girl next door, the role of a fashion model does more than question our aesthetics and tastes. She is a vision of admiration; she reinforces what beauty means in this day and age. Moreover, she brings the clothes to life and places a whole new meaning on what fashion is and what fashion can do for others. Here are our top 10 selection of models who are world ambassadors, who broadcast their voice through social media outlets. Instead of giving life to garments, these models now give life to others through human rights activism.

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Mayowa Nicholas

Nora Uche

Bola Edun

4

Myever Akinyele

5

Olamide Ogundele

Ayobami Okekunle

Elisabeth Ayodele

Aduke Shitta Bay

Rebecca Fabunmi

Eniola Bolarin

  LIst – Seun Logan

Words –  Bade Fuwa

I’m thinking “Melanated Photography”.

One sure-fire path to the death of your creativity as an artist…

is to NOT surround yourself with other Creatives.
Creativity doesn’t always need inspiration, sometimes it just needs others that can understand and appreciate it as the creator does.

The POINT…of being in Business…is to be turning a profit!

It doesn’t matter what others tell you or even what you tell yourself; if you’re claiming to be in business, all of your efforts must in the endeavor of creating and turning a profit.
Generating revenue must be the central theme behind anything and everything you’re doing…if you’re operating a FOR PROFIT Business Operation.

Stop bullshitting others by bullshitting yourself. An expensive hobby is just that—an expensive hobby. Your efforts in BUSINESS are to make…money!

Let’s not forget that the struggle for every Native American and African American that was born out of those who were in slavery and societal detriment is and should always be prominent over the concerns of those who have just recently sought progress, promise and prosperity…when it relies on all that slaves endured helped to build and establish. In AMERICA, the concerns of the Native American and African American should always reign supreme!

IT JUST IS WHAT IT IS.

Don’t just treat Juneteenth as another day off to drink and enjoy friends and family. Take a moment to remember and appreciate what it means and what it’s all for.