the påshēnt peɪʃənt

The authentic self is soul made visible.

I want a bike made outta wood View high resolution

I want a bike made outta wood

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EDITORIAL | FRAGMENT by Neva Wireko featuring Aluad Deng Anei for Chasseur Magazine.

Photography | Neva Wireko
Styling | Sarah Vonditsianou
Make Up + Hair | Mila Victoria
Model | Aluad @ PLUTINO
Fashion | Topshop, Reworked vintage

from: Dynamic Africa

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i cherry blossom 

i cherry blossom 

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i’m seeking the powerful. not shocking, not greed. Power, in its majestic form.
everything inspires 

everything inspires 

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Mocca Wrkshp

#moccasin making workshop in Oakland

El Hadj Tijani Àdìgún Sitou (1932-1999)
 See My Henna, 1983 Pigment inkjet print, 2012, from original negative 12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm) Private collection
Tijani Sitou, of Yoruba ethnicity and born in Nigeria, apprenticed with a Malian photographer in the eastern city of Gao. He eventually settled in Mopti, Mali, in 1971, opening Photo Kodak, where he ran a thriving business until the 1990s. The studio proved so successful that Sitou funded a 1978 journey to Mecca, earning him the title El Hadj. View high resolution

El Hadj Tijani Àdìgún Sitou (1932-1999)

See My Henna, 1983
Pigment inkjet print, 2012, from original negative
12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm)
Private collection

Tijani Sitou, of Yoruba ethnicity and born in Nigeria, apprenticed with a Malian photographer in the eastern city of Gao. He eventually settled in Mopti, Mali, in 1971, opening Photo Kodak, where he ran a thriving business until the 1990s. The studio proved so successful that Sitou funded a 1978 journey to Mecca, earning him the title El Hadj.

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