Category Archives: Blog Post

Add a touch of tropical vibe to your interior with these African Wall Arts.

African culture is rich and flavorful, and creative artwork is one of its many expressions. Africa is blessed with countless artists talented at depicting their environment through cultural eyes. African Wall Arts will add that touch of tropical taste to any space.    African Wall Art for Hallway Your hallway is the first impression that […]

8 Gorgeous Ways to Tie a Head Wrap

The African head wrap is a mark of tradition that has adorned the heads of African queens for millennia. Head scarf wrapping styles and fabrics have been passed down for generations and have now become universally appreciated as colorful and bespoke fashion accessories. There’s no disputing the transformation that a gorgeous African turban can bring […]

African Wax Prints and the Story behind their names

african print

What is African Print or Ankara Fabric African Wax Print, also called Ankara Fabric, Dutch Wax Prints, or Holland Print is 100% cotton fabric with beautiful vibrant colours for clothing in Africa, especially West Africa. These Fabrics were first produced in Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). African soldiers who were serving in the region at […]

MELANIN SHIRTS & APPAREL: BLACK PRIDE T-SHIRTS & WHY THEY MATTER

Melanin Shirt

Melanin shirts for, by, and about black folks seems to be having a renaissance. Search Google for Melanin Shirts and you´ll get 2,700,000 results including, melanin poppin shirts, Dripping in Melanin Shirts, It must be melanin shirts, melanin shirt friends, black is beautiful shirts and a Wakanda-themed “Classy Like Nakia, Fight Like Okoye, Invent Like […]

The Year of Return

Celebrating 400 years of African Resilience   Perhaps I’m ignorant. Perhaps I have been for some time now. Many of my perceptions, or misperceptions rather, were overdue to be rightfully shattered. It’s a shame—as one with many friends from Cameroon, Nigeria, and other countries throughout the continent of Africa—that I have remained so unaware. These friends […]