Fashion is a form of expression and it’s exciting to find up-and-coming designers who try new and bold concepts in the industry. But, who knew bold could be so familiar? For me, looking for the right style can be difficult. Sometimes, I’ll throw on a solid varsity jacket for a street-wear getup, maybe a black windbreaker for a tech-wear-inspired outfit, and if all else fails, I know I can’t go wrong with a full-on normcore of t-shirt and jeans.
Art has a unique way of teaching us about the world we live in, while also serving as a way to document the state of the world for future generations. There are different types of art designed to do just that, while catering to your different senses and emotions. Music and poetry play to the emotions of the audience while allowing them to create an image in their own minds. Visual art like paintings, sculptures, and movies takes viewers on a journey that they’re able to experience with the creator.
For east London photographer, Mohammad Abdulle, most notably known as Mabdulle on Instagram, one entertaining, creative moment launched his career of building brands and defining culture as he views the world. Mabdulle defines himself as “a culture maker defining culture” on his Instagram.
“Music is a journey that everyone is taking a ride on. I just want to take my seat and paint my own picture and let the world interpret what they want from it. R&B, Hip Hop, Jazz, Pop, Rock, Classical, I want to do it all,” said the musical mastermindDernst Emile II better known as D’mile on his official website.
Every painting has a purpose. Every face has a story behind their eyes. Each hue and texture feels calculated and composed - at least, that's how I felt browsing through Ronald Jackson's collection of paintings. I understand visual art as a form of writing, and Jackson's style and aesthetic emphasize the implicit story.