Trevor Brown (@trevor_brown_artist)
artist. photographer. iconoclast.
Location: New York, NY, United States
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My work is here to assure those who have questioned themselves.
My work is here to enlighten those who have been lied to.
My work is here to challenge the misconceptions that have gained popularity.
Wide noses and thick lips are beautiful.
Nappy hair and big Afros are beautiful.
The imperfections we desperately try to correct are the most beautiful aspects of who we are.
We must appreciate the natural attributes we have been blessed with.
We must love and treasure our blackness.
This is a celebration of Black Beauty.
Joel Herrera (@jhherrera)
Artist, Educator, Husband, Father, Drinker of Beer
Jack Teagle (@jackteagle)
Illustrator, Painter, Cartoonist
Bobby Rogers (@bobbyrogers)
Jamaal Keita (@keita-fli)
All photography is my work, with the exception of re-blogged workings.
Check out my blog!!
Florian Hetz (@hetz)
Mr Cas (@mrcas)
simple is not always enough
Thomas Hawk (@thomashawk)
Black Art Matters (@blackartmatters)
People of African descent have contributed to all aspects of our societies and cultures. It is important to get to know what they created and developed because this contribution is still often denied or diminished. Explore Black History and Black Art from Africa to the other continents.
Curated by @mariosupa
Kwesi Abbensetts (@kwesiabbensetts)
I am an intuitionist.
Shot By Slam (@shot_by_slam)
Ben Staley (@ben-staley)
Los Angeles and other Strange Places
Ello's community for mononochromatic art lovers and creators! Mention @monochromatica to be reposted. Header: Allison Hardy. Curator @aelisei
Jason Mayers (@jasonmayers)
Ello's Official Blog (@elloblog)
Current header by @jangojim.
Follow the Ello Blog to meet rad new Ello'ers, get updates from the Ello team, and hear about exclusive Creative Briefs and giveaways.
Things men do in front of my lens.
Art lover/movies goer.
Nikon + iPhone addicted.
Charles Heyen (@durango1967)
professional visual art gallerist/art administrator
+complete understanding of the creative process, how art and artists function in society
+expert in arts organizations operations
Mike Lee (@curiouslee)
Dad, husband, pin-up photographer, mobile device addict. OLPC, MIT Media Lab groupie. Advisor at AARP. Curious about everything. Zambian Wannabe. Views mine.
Brooklynbred, Bay Area living, in search of the next grand adventure.
Creative journeys, crafty circuits, and laughter filled good times are tops.
Nayland Blake (@naylandblake)
Artist, educator, instigator. Brooklyn resident. Queer, hairy, pipe and cigar smoker.
Frederick V. Nielsen II (@fvnielsen2)
Frederick V. Nielsen, II - Cinematographer/Photographer
A Harlem native now living in Brooklyn NY, Frederick V. Nielsen’s photographic work, an eclectic mix of fine art, portraiture and fashion reflects his deep roots in the motion picture industry. A cinematographer himself, he is inspired by such notables as Gordon Parks and Ernest Dickerson. His still photographs display his cinematic sensibilities and his ability to reveal the beauty and humanity of his subjects.
Specialties: Digital Photography, Adobe Photoshop
Frederick London (@flondo)