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Moodboard
African Independence

Posted by Jayde Stuckey on


An AM Moodboard

African

Independence

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.

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(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


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


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


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