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Get Inspired: Beautiful Images of Ivlyn Ndunge Mutua

Instagram is my go to place for inspiration. Here is where I stumble over new designers, interesting designs and artists. That’s how I discovered the Kenyan artist Ivlyn Ndunge Mutua who performs spiritual Riddim/Reggae. The images of her latest photo shoot are just stunning. Beautiful, graceful, proud, royal – they are all of that and... [ Read more ]

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The Good of The Ganja

Culture: The dreadlocks hairstyle popularized in Western culture by Rastafarians has become universally identified with Jamaica and Reggae. People from all walks of life use it as a symbol of protest or as "going natural".

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