There is nothing more beautiful than diversity and beauty should never have stereotypes and make anyone be self-conscious about their looks, body, and color. This is the belief that lies behind the art of Georgia-based (Atlanta) couple that has devoted their time and efforts to the empowerment of black children and redefines the perception of pure beauty for the whole world with their AfroArt series.
In our previous post, we represented the eternal allure of white beauty which served as inspiration for these people to embrace their beauty and the skin they are in. This one ironically enough is dedicated to black beauty. Even though both are beyond comparison there is still one thing they have in common – the excellence of beauty, uniqueness, and color.
The AfroArt series has become a perfect platform of visual storytelling and celebration of African exquisiteness. Recently the couple released their influential book “Glory: Magical Visions Of Black Beauty” which portrays 100 powerful photographs of colored children. However, the book is not just a photo album but a display of stories of each kid that brings extra empowerment to the series.
Instead of going back and forth we suggest scrolling down the post to see the inspiring photos of these kids and enjoy the aesthetic pleasure that each photograph brings out. In the end, don’t forget to tell us what is your definition of real beauty?