Black Coca-Cola

Figured Coca-Cola needed a black woman in their presence.
This is evidently not a racist remark - just a proud one.

A woman derived from the 60's, as well as an African woman (which explains why the crate is on my head) merged into one to create an image of Black Coca-Cola lady. An image relatable to every Mom, Pink and Larry.

Basically Coke, can we just make this happen? Mama Letta's song even agrees.



TEFF THE DON X TONY GUM PT. II


TEFF THE DON X TONY GUM PT. I



Awe great people!

It's been a minute but let me get straight to it? 

Receiving a message from Teff was one of the most thrilling moments in my creative career. Gosh, she's such a gem. 

Duh, I accepted the cross-continental collaboration offer (even though I didn't know how to use Photoshop, I figured it was a great time to start.) With a lot of strenuous evenings, working for hours on one bloody image - crap - and seeing the vision finally execusted was definitely worth it all. 
Plus, I have a new sister now and I officially know how to use Photoshop - awe -what could beat that? 

*cough* a pair of free Nikes/Adidas every season *cough* 

+ QAPHELA ! BUSO BELANGA is the Xhosa term for “Look out! Face of the Sun”. 

This is works of African Artists, The Expressionist (Nigerian) and Tony Gum (South African).