African Independence

Posted by Jayde Stuckey on

An AM Moodboard



art — Untitled by Jamila Okubo

We explore the textures, colors, and movement of freedom in our first rendition of the Afromodernist moodboard — an abstract collection of imagery that represents a single thought. Enjoy the ease of lilac and the power of red, representing the freedom to be who you are. The black and white imagery connects us with a familiar vintage tone that reminds us to take pride in our roots.

(from top left to bottom right)
Lucas Cristino at SUPA by Iakovos Kalaitzakis,
Touki Bouki (1973) by Djibril Diop Mambety,
The Horsemen of Semonkong by Thom Pierce


(from top left to bottom right)
TINTIN AU CONGO by @michelinedesbois,
Manthe Ribane by Harley Weir,
Campbell Addy

(from left to bottom)
“The Black House, 1973 - 1976″ by Colin Jones,
unknown photographer,
Photo by Roger de Silva

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