babylonfalling:

by Peter Spirer
19th Apr 201423:01250 notes
secondsminuteshours:

Short Journeys - a new interview series where we talk to creatives about the way travel has influenced their life & aspirations. 
Check it out —> shortjourneys.co
19th Apr 201422:5624 notes
ikirejones:

"Blood On the Leaves" Square.From the SS ‘14 Collection. Available now at ikirejones.com
17th Apr 201409:368 notes
manufactoriel:

Inside a café, Mound Bayou 1976 by Alex Webb
16th Apr 201420:2158 notes
ikirejones:

Ikiré Jones SS ‘14 “Kèhindé” Jacketikirejones.com
Photography by David Evan McDowell
16th Apr 201413:0531 notes
ikirejones:

Ikiré Jones SS ‘14 “Evan” Jacket.ikirejones.com
Photography by David Evan McDowell
16th Apr 201413:0512 notes
passaxpassa:

Njideka Akunyili
Nwantinti [Detail], 2012
14th Apr 201421:46642 notes

yagazieemezi:

Julia Noni Captures Kenya’s Elite Runners in Nairobi For Nike.

Ready on view at the solo exhibition “Run The Way You Were Meant To” in China at Nike’s new X158 concept store in Shanghai.

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Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

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yagazieemezi:

Meet Your Photographer: Peter Ndung’u

Meet Your Photographer, a short series that will be introducing you to the contributing photographers of yagazieemezi.com over the next couple of weeks. You will be seeing their work on here fairly often so this is an excellent way for you to get familiar with these talented folks. 

My full name is Peter Ndung’u Kamau. I am from Nairobi, Kenya and a 20 years old law student and part-time photographer at Strathmore Law School. I stumbled into photography by accident…I always had a passion for media studies but ended up in Law School.

I have never looked back. I have faced a bit of  challenges namely finances for equipment, school work and a bit of lack of belief in myself. However, having a friend who had similar interests to mine helped me acquire a good camera and I am very thankful to him and his family. The biggest challenge stemmed from my Dad who didn’t really feel I was on the right track but then after a while he accepted it. He still uses any opportunity to squeeze in his reminder that I should balance my studies, which I do try to do. It’s a bit challenging but I try my best.

Keep reading 

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Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

snapitoga:

Some B&W shots from the city of vibrant colours! 

Opaque  by  andbamnan