I am asking designers to create….photography, Fine art, wearable art,Fiber arts, Interior design, Beauty, make up and hair, and any other art form.using the Liberation colors Red, Black, and Green. Show off your creativity with no restrictions, be bold, and proud. Photograph/video the process, post it on Instagram/Twitter/Facebook….and any other social network you are on. Using the hashtags: #cbheritagedesignchallenge#heritagedesignchallenge#redblackandgreendesignchallenge#redblackandgreendesignPost the finished project this July 4th - July 5th. SAY IT LOUD…..CREATIVELY. Cassandra Bromfield The Flag was created by The Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL) formally adopted it on August 13, 1920. Known as the UNIA flag, Afro-American flag, Black Liberation flag, Marcus Garvey Flag, and many other names. The three colors represent: red: the blood that...
I posted this little video on my Instagram and sold the 2 African print Skirts and 2 bra tops. One you see it I say make the inquiry, appointment, and buy it.
I love mixing and matching patterns, colors, prints, it is a new way of looking at fabric. Here is a good example of the fabrics not being related, but looking as if they are.
My good friend Sherri comes by and makes a one pot meal, vegetables and salmon. She also talks about her creative journey, Paris, and food.
Her headpieces are sculptural works of art and she is still on a creative journey. https://www.legacybeauloni.com/
Follow her on Instagram @legacy_beauloni
Above photo Loni, Sherri's daughter
What time do I wake up on the weekend? That was the question for VEDA 21......when my eyes open could be 6am could be 10am, don't have a set time.
I didn't make a video about that. The night before was the RED CARPET for the Tribeca Film Festival, which was such an experience I am still on cloud ninety nine!
We are all story tellers.