In her latest book, curator Shantrelle P. Lewis meets modern-day black dandies – men who use style to explore gender, class and their diasporic identity.
When Emmanuelle Andrianjafy moved from Paris to Dakar she felt like an outsider in her new home. She picked up a camera, and soon the city made sense.
Red Bull photographer Tyrone Bradley captures an emerging scene in Lagos, Nigeria which is blowing up thanks to local crew Wafflesncream.
Amid civil war, an aspiring class of returnees are doing whatever they can to forge their own identity.
After forging a career documenting a cycle of hard news, photographer Per-Anders Pettersson fell in love with Africa’s flourishing fashion industry, rekindling his affection for positive stories that go unseen.
Proud Women of Africa is a photo project by Julia Gunther that tells stories about the daily lives of remarkable women living or working in Africa.
Filmmaker Rama Thiaw documented how rappers Thiat and Kilifeu led Senegal’s Y’en a Marre youth resistance movement to topple despised president Abdoulaye Wade.
Malick Sidibé documented a bright new generation throwing off the shackles of colonialism after Mali’s independence in 1960.
How a simple snapshot of everyday life became a global movement that’s shifting attitudes around the world.
It’s easy to alienate people as a rich white person in a foreign land. If you’re thinking about volunteering abroad or working for an NGO, here are five things to think about to ensure your contribution is positive.
Matatuism: Stylising A Rebel explores the creative subculture of Nairobi busses, which compete to give passengers the most unforgettable ride.
Nigerian skate brand WAFFLESNCREAM present ‘Jide’, the country’s first self-produced skate edit, shot in the urban grind of Africa’s most populous city - Lagos.