Month: September 2020

3 Black Artists on Instagram I’m Digging (And So Should You)

Since I remain quarantined in my home (still), I’m committing myself to upping my home decor game. For me September will be ‘wake up my blank walls’ month intersecting with ‘support an independent black artist’ month. I don’t have to go far; there are a number of artists I follow and stan on my instagram feed, which I have curated t…. I’m just getting my coins together so I can really support. In the meantime, I’m spreading the word on these great artists. @coolurbanhippiethe lettering artist His motto: I draw words and I make things to help people feel good and feel heard. 1. Protect Your Energy | 2. Bruh | 3. Lookin’ Ass @melarieoudelusithe illustrator Her words: She offers art with modern edge, feminine hues and intentional lines that captures women in solidarity and unity. The inspiration of her work stems from her belief in being surrounded by extraordinary people and beautiful things that ignites confidence and authenticity. 1. Poppy Bloom | 2. You Are Queen | 3. The Women @nikkolas_smiththe concept artist His …

5 Songs on Repeat

I stay listening to the same song on repeat 20x in row. It’s what I do. I can’t usually tell you about new music but I can tell you run down for you songs from the early 2000s that I’ve never forgotten or things that I just discovered that are years old that I hope you didn’t miss out on. Here are the 5 songs I have going for September in no particular order.