At 2 Higashiyamato Drive, near
# CREATE CIRCLES, NOT LINES Create less hierarchy and more dialogue, inclusion, and empowerment.
# MOVE AT THE SPEED OF TRUST Grow trust and move together with fluidity at whatever speed is necessary.
# CELEBRATE, CATALYZE, & AMPLIFY BLACK JOY
Black joy is a radical act. Give due space to joy, laughter, humor and gratitude.
# PLAN WITH, DESIGN WITH Walk with people as they imagine and realize their own futures. Be connectors, conveners, and collaborators--not representatives.
DISCONNECT The Separation of mind body and soul. By Jahleel Dowdy
Digital Dreams of a Better Tomorrow A psychedelic piece about hope. By Guedda
Power of One All it takes it one mother to give birth to a whole generation, without them there would be no US. By Dee Zoctor
I Wear Glasses Put my dark shades on like I can't see you but in reality I fancy you. by Voke
Sisi Eko Sisi Eko, roughly translated "Lagos Lady" is a symbol of the liberated modern African woman. She is a fashionable, strong and wise young woman. By Voke
UNADOD Black is the absence of light. We are a people of color, not black. We're the light of the world and we're not of this world. By Yanga
The Process of Adiaha Nkoriko Here's the process GIF of the sketch, layering, detailing and every step I took to create this piece. Every step was done on photoshop. By Yanga
Coming Home Coming home to a place that you never thought or dream it would be your home. Where there is a place of peace and comfort. By Paola
Main Event Science fantasy scene of a fictional event; contact between gods captured in a "photograph", shown to you. A unique mixture of photo manipulation, vector art and collage = photo realistic texture with unlimited colour vibrancy By Zach Murray
11K The African-American community has been in survival mode for as long as we've been in America. We didn't have property or wealth to pass down from generation to generation. Only less than 160 years ago, we were the property. Which is why I see the potential with cryptocurrency to drastically alter the narrative. By Micah Johnson
Waste of Times A mountain of waste is centered by a character that could be me as a baby surfing on a big waste wave. I don't know much about my origin but when I look at my place of birth which is a small village on the coast of Dakar I see a lot of plastic waste everywhere. By Mamadou Sow
Inikpi The war was here, my people were dying. To appease the gods, I was be buried alive WILLINGLY to save my people. Under the soil, my royal beads glow. I am the peace that changed the color of the land to red. I am Inikpi the Igala princess. By Gloria Olar
Nwyani-Sunday "Nwanyi-Sunday" used to be a common name in Igboland. The name represents feminine beauty at its finest -- a beauty that recognizes the femininity of the woman (nwanyi) and, at the same time, compliments it with the brightness and laidback feeling that is often associated with a Sunday. Now, imagine Nwanyi-Sunday in her Sunday best, wearing the beautiful hair she made just yesterday. Jacon Osinachi
KLICK A viral phenomena transformed the smartphone into a weapon. Shooting down law and order. I will be in quarantine until the deadly virus called racism will be eliminated and victory will be the birth of a new normal nation. By Mamdaou Sow
The Little Boy Angel There he sat with his hands crossed over his knees, head bowed in deep thoughts. he thinks in his heart, 'Am I doing it right?' Unknown to him, he is an angel who brings smiles to everyone around him. By Gloria Olar
2 Higashiyamato Drive
0 to 8 meters
255 square meters