#Ken doll #Fela and his #wives #Barbie Queens. KENNY KUTI. This is still a work in progress. #pierrebennu #staytuned #toy #afrobeat #Africa
Our sister company, Oyin Handmade, now has select products available at select Target locations! We had a ball celebrating our Target launch (
I was looking through the Fishbone/Angelo Moore tags here on tumblr and saw quite a few of my images posted around. I don’t have a problem with that. That’s the nature of the beast. I don’t take pictures for no one to see. The pictures are already out there, so no big deal. People are sharing them, which is great. Just drop a note on who took them, or link back to me. Not much to ask. I know sometimes you might see pics posted somewhere, and there is no credit, or it might show up on google images. Again, no big deal, I understand. 1 or 2 pictures, cool.
However, looking at the tags, I can see another post from this same poster with 10 images of Angelo Moore taken by myself and my friend Henry who I shot this show with. 10 images is a decent amount of pictures to collect and repost. That doesn’t happen by coincidence. I appreciate that you liked them, but why give us no credit at all? We took them. I’ve been kicked in the face and have had stage divers/crowd surfers land awkwardly on top of me, knocking me down to the ground while photographing Fishbone, so these images don’t always come without some aches and pains. It’s a risk I accept going in.
Keep content creators in mind when sharing. You have no idea what they went through to create what you will eventually share without even thinking about it.
Anyway, if you want to see more pictures of Fishbone, see some here.
Taking Headwraps and Fabrics to a Whole New Level with AD Magazine Russia.
Photographer Olga Volkova Tuponogova-
Stylist: Natalia Obukhov
Model: Keshia Asiedu
Producer: Maria Kuznetsova
Makeup artist: Polina Karpov / MaestroArtExtraordinary
Assistant Photographer: Konstantin Egon
Assistant Stylist: Katerina Konyushenko
All Africa, All the time.
Nikolay Polissky, Beaubourg
“Beaubourg” is a complex metal carcass structure weaved in birch twigs. It consists of a 22 meters high tower surrounded by pipes that are twisted inside out. The artist took the traditional Russian technique of birch weaving, scaled it up and weaved the art object as if it were a giant basket. This piece of modern art was created using a nearly lost skill. The focus of the installation is the pipes designed so as to remind of the Pompidou Center tubing. The structure has a spiral staircase inside, which leads to an observation site offering an amazing view on the vast landscapes of Nikola-Lenivets and the neighboring villages. This view is the key exhibit of “Beaubourg”. The landscape object is an allusion on the French museum harmonically incorporated into the Russian landscape. (via)
Images from the series ”Never Cover Your Smile” -pierre bennu
acrylic, oil pencil, spray paint on crumbled & treated recycled paper