Austrian painter Maria Lassnig has passed. She was 94.
[Maria Lassnig. Selbstporträt expressiv. 1945]
"Go in the crowd, and stick out when you’re wearing something."
A beautiful message on the new global trend of upcycling clothes. It’s all about looking good and feeling good about the origin or impact of your clothing. These two sisters from Mozambique explain it all.
Watch their journey through episodes filmed by TeenVogue here.
Elderly Black men and women learn to vote for the first time in their lives, 1994
Photos by Ian Berry
Formas de Maputo
by Jean Dieuzaide
Four Leaf Specimens from the archives of the Photographic Institute for Ernst Gaumann, ETH professor of Specialized Botany, (1946)
(from top left)
1) Oak Leaf
2) Norway Maple Leaf
3) Linden Leaf
4) Cherry Laurel Leaf
A tattooist’s wife, 1907
YEVU Clothing is a brand that was inspired by and developed in Ghana with handpicked fabrics from the markets of Accra and Kumasi in Ghana, as well as cloths from Cote D’Ivoire and Togo.
'Yevu' is the name for a white person or a foreigner in Ewe, relating to the creator and designer behind the line, Australian Anna Roberston.
All Africa, All the time.