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RaeOfLite… a babbling brook communion

RaeOfLite… a babbling brook communion

When earthSista RaeOfLite stepped from the sun-drenched wooden gazebo that stretched across a small lake to bridge that reached back to land, she ducked down into all of the over growth and found a small babbling brook to wade in. Under the shade of brush and branch, the breeze was cool and the water was refreshing. The natural melody of the trickling of the tiny stream was soothing. And with life...

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Kwesi Abbensetts – breaking the surface

Kwesi Abbensetts – breaking the surface

You can always change your own time Make your cup of change defy order and make it your stool sit in that space and flaunt your virtues, since your life only belongs to you Your folks already let you out to pasture … The way of nature my people, the way of nature Now run off and find your own food. Kwesi Abbensetts is a South American born photographer, hailing from the country of Guyana.  I...

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A Lookbook moment: Specs Appeal

A Lookbook moment: Specs Appeal

Specs Appeal for noi.se Magazine Photographer: Adamo de Pax Stylist: Tricia Hall at Judy Inc Model: Aluad Anei  When it comes to art, food, fashion, health, fitness music, culture and society Pangea’s Garden continues to bring you the culture that cultivates. We actively strive to be your Afrosensual nexus of ideas, images, commentary, participation and events that inspire, provoke, entertai...

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pgp357: GEO’s hood…

pgp357: GEO’s hood…

a few excerpts from moments of struggled expression conflicts within one’s self and transient breakdowns that appear as if she is becoming completely undone. but maybe what actually cracks is the ego; that ephemeral shell of false confidence born out naiveté and fear.     When it comes to art, food, fashion, health, fitness music, culture and society Pangea’s Garden continues to br...

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an afrosensual moment…

an afrosensual moment…

we didn’t know how far we would go… pressed against the window she moaned and welcomed him longingly, he thrusted deep again and again embraces… bites… kisses an Afrosensual prelude… to a moment AfroerotiK   More to come  soon in Scottie’s AfroerotiK and AfroerotiK.com Scottie Lowe, owner and founder of AfroerotiK.com, essentially, creates erotica, for and about people...

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pgp346: Nambi at the Apache Cafe

pgp346: Nambi at the Apache Cafe

It was earthSista Nambi‘s first night at the Apache Cafe and Lounge. She and earthBrotha Stitch brought a young sista with them to Apache’s Art Monday where an artists’ model stands on the podium, posing, while artists and photographers create works inspired by his or her poses. It was a typical Monday night for the spot. For Nambi and Stitch and friend, it was their first time e...

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KieraSati debuts in WillowBMedia’s Primal Paint

KieraSati debuts in WillowBMedia’s Primal Paint

“I just like the name Keira someone said it to me yesterday. but Sati is another spelling of “Satet” the Egyptian goddess of bountiful floods. I believe that if mermaids were real that I was one. I’m also a Pisces so water and I are very in tune. I have waves tattooed on my hand.” – earthSista KieraSati This expressive new earthSista came to the attention of the culti...

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pgp340: PrettyFire is black and blue

pgp340: PrettyFire is black and blue

Sometimes the BLUES has a language all it’s own…. BLUeScenTRic “I’ve said that playing the blues is like having to be black twice.” BB KING Concept Shoot Photography and Words by: TANISHA LYNN PYRON PHOTOGRAPHY Tanisha Lynn Pyron (aka PRETTYFIRE) is an artist and a visual storyteller, currently working on her MFA in acting at the University of Illinois. The young arti...

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earthSistas… moments between moments

earthSistas… moments between moments

Playful, thoughtful moments between the moments; that what these outtakes are. They are the opportunities taken to find that comfort zone where the earthSistas work out an equilibrium with the nature around them. Toying with the light and shadow, sharing moments with one another, sometimes lost in thought, both melancholy and reverent, these black & white captures are just that: captures of th...

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pgp298: (c) Kwesi on being…Post-black?

pgp298: (c) Kwesi on being…Post-black?

(c) Kwesi Abbensetts Who is the joke and who is the Joker. Am I really of “Post-Black-ness”? Is that my new heritage? Post-black art is a phrase that refers to a category of contemporary African American art. It is a paradoxical genre of art where race and racism are intertwined in a way that rejects their interaction. I.e., it is art about the black experience that attempts to dispel the notion t...

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