Press: Bonobos Guidebooks – Lalibela, Ethiopia. All images ©Jason Florio

  By Danielle Pergament / Bonobos Photos by Jason Florio ‘The drive in is a killer. The roads are vertical and, while technically, they’re paved, if you think of them like dirt roads you’ll be less surprised by the bumps and holes. If you drive at night, like I did, you’re an idiot…‘  ‘Lalibela, a Far Off Place Well WorthContinue reading “Press: Bonobos Guidebooks – Lalibela, Ethiopia. All images ©Jason Florio”

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‘The Future’s So Bright’ – African skin bleaching. Self-Portraits © Diana Fine

‘The Future’s So Bright’ Self-portraits by Diana Fine  ‘Bright’ is a slang term for light complexion in the African Diaspora “‘The Future’s So Bright’ represents my engagement with the social norms around beauty and power in Africa; norms that incubated in the shadow of colonialism, Western primacy and the aesthetic ideals that were perpetuated during thatContinue reading “‘The Future’s So Bright’ – African skin bleaching. Self-Portraits © Diana Fine”

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Boys Hanging out at King Kai’s Barber Shop, Kartong, The Gambia, West Africa

  We first met ‘King Kai’ – a young local entrepreneur from the village of Kartong (also known as Kartung), which borders Senegal, in southwestern Gambia – a few years ago, when he had recently opened his small barbershop/hairdresser, which also served the community with cold drinks and expertly hand-crafted (by King Kai, himself) models ofContinue reading “Boys Hanging out at King Kai’s Barber Shop, Kartong, The Gambia, West Africa”

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