I talk about hair ... you should think that is a steril argument.
Nothing more wrong!
A few months ago I started to paint Afro T-shirts with black women images and their beautiful
I thought that my relief colors could be perfect to represent them and in fact they did, they make their beauty exactly.
From that moment, I entered in an "other" world where hair speak, narrate and express an infinite number of values and emotions...so I've desired to speak about it by my Painted 3d T-shirts and I created an Afrocentric Afro T-shirts Collection.
I discovered that it's like an alternative language, the language of #naturalhair care from black women. #Pineappling #spirally #spirallycoily #indigenouscurls coilyspringy # crimpy #ziggly #frizzie #doobbie #curlytwirly #curlyspirally #Curlycoily #coilyspringy #coilycrimpy #coilyziggly #Shrinkage #WTF #TFA #BC #3B #3/C #4 #4/A #4/B #4/C #BigChop #TWA ...and #sisterlocks, my favorites!
Today... I want to talk about hair of black women, those creatures who flaunt hairstyles as crowns, I want write about natural hair that remind to Africa, the wonderful continent and to their love for it that they carry with them under their black skin.
But I want to mention also the desire, for the black women, to affirm themselves, to be independents, to support each others, to experiment, not to be omologates, to have fun ...expressing fantasy of cuts , colors and, I hope, finding in every corner of the world the strength to assert them freedom of being women with the joy of being able to be.
So ...I want to write a bit of the African-American women.
you're more then welcome :)
- May 20, 2015
- giovanna iacobelli