Barbapapa, photographer Isabelle Chapuis 

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The Refutation of “Good Hair” and the “Consumption” of Kanekalon hair

By Deborah Frempong

New York based photographer, Nakeya B’s work is noted for its relatability and ability to flip the gaze on to the viewer, forcing them to see themselves in her photographed subjects. This characteristic is replicated in her photo series on ‘Good Hair’, an exploration of the obsession and consumption of  “natural feeling, lighter, softer” Kanekalon hair, within the black community.

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Thank you to Deborah Fempong and African & Afro-Diasporan Art Talks.


Hyperrealistic Portraits Using Acrylic Paint by JW-Jeong

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Joongwon (Charles) Jeong is a hyperrealist painter from South Korea. A freelance artist and illustrator, Jeong studied Visual Communication Design at the Hongik University of Fine Art & Design in Seoul.
Jeong’s preferred medium is acrylic on canvas which he says is so versatile and its effect ranges from “thick, oil-like texture to watercolour splashes.”

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I have been having a very hard time being ok with my body tonight.

I have been wanting to have no body at all.

I have been wishing to be small and hidden.

I have been feeling the need to disappear.

I got into bed and was going to take pictures of my body to be negative towards it…

but then I clicked this image and looked at it.

I saw sand dunes.

I saw nature.

I saw myself.

I am the Earth.

I am the Earth.

I am the Earth.

Thats beautiful.