A community-oriented art & graphic design collective. We make graphic apparel, hand-crafted accessories and produce events. And most importantly, spew randomness about important and non-important topics.

Friday, December 28, 2012

For Hungry Girls who eat Fried Chicken when the Salad is enough

Yeah. I started a food blog. Check out my cool photos and shit.

Oh and send me some ideas while you're at it.

don't hATE. just appreciATE. (teehee)

Monday, December 17, 2012

I watch this Video a lot

To keep me inspired. As the bad-ass African Woman that I be.

See how that fool filming tried to make himself relevant? Just like a man. smh. lol

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Ankara Fela Kuti Mini Dress

Reconstructed Tee made into a dress that you want to wear to THAT party. Coming soon for sale in our online store.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Just Because

you start your mediocre lackluster status update with 'That Awkward Moment...' doesn't mean it becomes interesting. The update. or Awkward. The moment.

Please. stop.

That Awkward Moment Preservation Society: Lagos Chapter.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

The Only Redemption to Gangham Style: Condom Style

Jamaica Condom Time

All my favorite things in one video: Jamaicans, Dance for Social Awareness, Public Health, STD Prevention and Sex. Wow. Is there any better?

Saturday, December 1, 2012

This Show Rocked my World

 Thank you! Our Daily Bread show for being so awesome! Thanks to Amara Tabor-Smith and an amazing cast and CounterPulse for sharing life with us and bringing us amazing shit. I balled my eyes out. This weekend is sold out, but I really think there needs to be a few more weekends of showings. A special bow for my dear dear friend and fierce woman Tossie Long. Her singing makes me want to change my life for the better! 

p.s. this is where the 'Sneeze of Shame' took place. *cringe*

Sunday, November 18, 2012

The Sneeze of Shame

I am pretty sure I can be described (or have been) an Awkward Black Girl. If I wasn't sure before then I'm certain that after I decided to land a fat and juicy sneeze on Alice Walker's head, neck and back during a very moving and dramatic part of a theater performance I became an ABG Hall of Fame inductee. I'm pretty sure, that her reaching back and trying to wipe her neck for like 5 mins qualifies me. I think that even me apologizing after the show and she saying my baby was the cutest thing, doesn't change the fact. Damn! Yes. That Alice Walker. like Color Purple Alice.

Hella. Awkward. 

Thursday, April 19, 2012

The Bob Marley Documentary

BOB MARLEY FILM Trailer from Bob Marley Film on Vimeo.

The cool thing about this project is that it was done by his family and so it shed some light on the personal part of his life and journey as told by his family and close friends. His music is so timeless and it's good to see his family come together to give him a well deserved tribute.

The documentary is set to be released for limited theatrical viewing tomorrow. You can view a list of cities and dates where it will be showing here . It will be streaming live on Facebook and fingers crossed...will eventually be available on Netflix. You can read a review about it on the Cocoa Diaries

Monday, April 2, 2012

Custom One3snapshot Design Work

We recently completed the design and printing of custom screen printed shirts for an Organo Gold distributor in Lagos. It was a pleasure working with Titi who had a clear vision of what she wanted. From exchanging ideas back and forth over email and blackberry messenger, we finally came up with a design everyone was pleased with. Titi sent us pictures from an event hosted a few weeks ago, it was so great seeing it all come together.

Monday, March 12, 2012

Listen: DJ Edu Mixes

Every Monday, I listen to the mash up mix by DJ Edu. He's a Kenyan DJ based in the UK and his mixes are a blend of Zouk, African and Western pop with a house feel. Listen to this week's mix here. Listen to previous installments here and more of his work on BBC 1xtra

Monday, January 16, 2012

We Can Tell The Future

This design was launched last year, before the Occupy Movement in the U.S and now in Nigeria which depending on who you ask was successful. Written on the shirt:
Sin Justicia. No Hay Paz
No Justice. No Peace