Zim Zimma: Esther Mahlangu's BMW parks at the British Museum
Since the first BMW car was used as an unlikely canvas in 1975, a roster of art world heavyweights from David Hockney to Andy Warhol, Jenny Holzer to Roy Lichtenstein have transformed 17 cars into 3D artworks. In 1991, South African Ndebele artist Esther Mahlangu was commissioned to paint the 12th car. The white BMW 525i was coated — hub caps and all — in a mural of geometric pastel-coloured shapes creating an artwork which is at once radical and “traditional”.
The Envious Colourful Agbada Style For Slaying - MOMO AFRICA
The Agbada style has become regular attire for men and women for special events like weddings. There was a time this outfit was religiously considered as a male affair but all that has changed over the years. We have see women look dashingly beautiful on this three piece outfit. When we find people with Agbada, […]
Umembeso With The Bride In A Hand Painted Umgwalo Dress - South African Wedding Blog
Bontle Bride is a wedding magazine and blog. We exist to serve brides and grooms who wish to incorporate culture in their weddings./Umembeso With The Bride In A Hand Painted Umgwalo Dress
4 Factors to Consider when Shopping for African Fashion – Designer Fashion Tips
African fashion is available in a wide range of style and design. However, there is one strange thing among them all, they are all colorful. Whether it is men African fashion or women African fashion, you will notice elegant and very bright colors in all of them. Apart from being colorful and...