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prepaidafrica:

BALI: Miss Philippines was crowned Miss World 2013  today in a glittering finale on the Indonesian resort island of Bali, with Miss France coming in second and Miss Ghana third.
(via Miss World 2013 crown goes to Miss Philippines – The Express Tribune)
ed’s note: due to popular demand, we’ve updated with a close up of beautiful Miss Ghana Naa Okailey Shooter made history as she became the first Miss Ghana to make it into top 5 of Miss World and eventual placing 3rd in the just ended Miss World 2013 pageant.
prepaidafrica:

BALI: Miss Philippines was crowned Miss World 2013  today in a glittering finale on the Indonesian resort island of Bali, with Miss France coming in second and Miss Ghana third.
(via Miss World 2013 crown goes to Miss Philippines – The Express Tribune)
ed’s note: due to popular demand, we’ve updated with a close up of beautiful Miss Ghana Naa Okailey Shooter made history as she became the first Miss Ghana to make it into top 5 of Miss World and eventual placing 3rd in the just ended Miss World 2013 pageant.

prepaidafrica:

BALI: Miss Philippines was crowned Miss World 2013  today in a glittering finale on the Indonesian resort island of Bali, with Miss France coming in second and Miss Ghana third.

(via Miss World 2013 crown goes to Miss Philippines – The Express Tribune)

ed’s note: due to popular demand, we’ve updated with a close up of beautiful Miss Ghana Naa Okailey Shooter made history as she became the first Miss Ghana to make it into top 5 of Miss World and eventual placing 3rd in the just ended Miss World 2013 pageant.


ghanailoveyou:

FashionistaGH Fashion Diaries: Accra [dot] Alt presents this year’s Chale Wote Art Festival. This is from Day 1 of the two-day festival which is along High Street in Accra.

Music: Chale Wote performed by Backbone ft Kwabena Kwabena

Filmed by Ob Abenser


Tired of poor Africans posts

So disappointed in all the posts tagged #ghana on tumblr. If I see another post talking about One Direction and how sad they are about the poor children in Ghana, I’m going to scream. Stop feeling sorry for Ghanaians. Ghana is an amazing country with lots of healthy, happy people. Stop showing children dying and feeling sorry for Ghanaians. Ghanaians are proud people who don’t want your pity, rather they want to be treated with respect.


africaisdonesuffering:

Artist Spotlight: Meet Kojo Owusu-Kusi
Ghanaian graphic designer Kojo Owusu-Kusi uses an interesting blend of pop-culture and humor that sets his t-shirt line (Citizins) apart from the rest. This same combination along with an underlying presence of his West African roots makes his paintings equally extraordinary. Being born in Ghana and raised in London and Virginia adds to Kusi’s diverse cultural background and contributes greatly to his artwork. With daring pieces his bold concepts offer an interesting perception of popular cultural themes while still leaving much to the imagination.
Rise Africa had the chance to ask Kojo Owusi-Kusi a few questions…
read interviewafricaisdonesuffering:

Artist Spotlight: Meet Kojo Owusu-Kusi
Ghanaian graphic designer Kojo Owusu-Kusi uses an interesting blend of pop-culture and humor that sets his t-shirt line (Citizins) apart from the rest. This same combination along with an underlying presence of his West African roots makes his paintings equally extraordinary. Being born in Ghana and raised in London and Virginia adds to Kusi’s diverse cultural background and contributes greatly to his artwork. With daring pieces his bold concepts offer an interesting perception of popular cultural themes while still leaving much to the imagination.
Rise Africa had the chance to ask Kojo Owusi-Kusi a few questions…
read interviewafricaisdonesuffering:

Artist Spotlight: Meet Kojo Owusu-Kusi
Ghanaian graphic designer Kojo Owusu-Kusi uses an interesting blend of pop-culture and humor that sets his t-shirt line (Citizins) apart from the rest. This same combination along with an underlying presence of his West African roots makes his paintings equally extraordinary. Being born in Ghana and raised in London and Virginia adds to Kusi’s diverse cultural background and contributes greatly to his artwork. With daring pieces his bold concepts offer an interesting perception of popular cultural themes while still leaving much to the imagination.
Rise Africa had the chance to ask Kojo Owusi-Kusi a few questions…
read interviewafricaisdonesuffering:

Artist Spotlight: Meet Kojo Owusu-Kusi
Ghanaian graphic designer Kojo Owusu-Kusi uses an interesting blend of pop-culture and humor that sets his t-shirt line (Citizins) apart from the rest. This same combination along with an underlying presence of his West African roots makes his paintings equally extraordinary. Being born in Ghana and raised in London and Virginia adds to Kusi’s diverse cultural background and contributes greatly to his artwork. With daring pieces his bold concepts offer an interesting perception of popular cultural themes while still leaving much to the imagination.
Rise Africa had the chance to ask Kojo Owusi-Kusi a few questions…
read interviewafricaisdonesuffering:

Artist Spotlight: Meet Kojo Owusu-Kusi
Ghanaian graphic designer Kojo Owusu-Kusi uses an interesting blend of pop-culture and humor that sets his t-shirt line (Citizins) apart from the rest. This same combination along with an underlying presence of his West African roots makes his paintings equally extraordinary. Being born in Ghana and raised in London and Virginia adds to Kusi’s diverse cultural background and contributes greatly to his artwork. With daring pieces his bold concepts offer an interesting perception of popular cultural themes while still leaving much to the imagination.
Rise Africa had the chance to ask Kojo Owusi-Kusi a few questions…
read interviewafricaisdonesuffering:

Artist Spotlight: Meet Kojo Owusu-Kusi
Ghanaian graphic designer Kojo Owusu-Kusi uses an interesting blend of pop-culture and humor that sets his t-shirt line (Citizins) apart from the rest. This same combination along with an underlying presence of his West African roots makes his paintings equally extraordinary. Being born in Ghana and raised in London and Virginia adds to Kusi’s diverse cultural background and contributes greatly to his artwork. With daring pieces his bold concepts offer an interesting perception of popular cultural themes while still leaving much to the imagination.
Rise Africa had the chance to ask Kojo Owusi-Kusi a few questions…
read interviewafricaisdonesuffering:

Artist Spotlight: Meet Kojo Owusu-Kusi
Ghanaian graphic designer Kojo Owusu-Kusi uses an interesting blend of pop-culture and humor that sets his t-shirt line (Citizins) apart from the rest. This same combination along with an underlying presence of his West African roots makes his paintings equally extraordinary. Being born in Ghana and raised in London and Virginia adds to Kusi’s diverse cultural background and contributes greatly to his artwork. With daring pieces his bold concepts offer an interesting perception of popular cultural themes while still leaving much to the imagination.
Rise Africa had the chance to ask Kojo Owusi-Kusi a few questions…
read interviewafricaisdonesuffering:

Artist Spotlight: Meet Kojo Owusu-Kusi
Ghanaian graphic designer Kojo Owusu-Kusi uses an interesting blend of pop-culture and humor that sets his t-shirt line (Citizins) apart from the rest. This same combination along with an underlying presence of his West African roots makes his paintings equally extraordinary. Being born in Ghana and raised in London and Virginia adds to Kusi’s diverse cultural background and contributes greatly to his artwork. With daring pieces his bold concepts offer an interesting perception of popular cultural themes while still leaving much to the imagination.
Rise Africa had the chance to ask Kojo Owusi-Kusi a few questions…
read interview

africaisdonesuffering:

Artist Spotlight: Meet Kojo Owusu-Kusi

Ghanaian graphic designer Kojo Owusu-Kusi uses an interesting blend of pop-culture and humor that sets his t-shirt line (Citizins) apart from the rest. This same combination along with an underlying presence of his West African roots makes his paintings equally extraordinary. Being born in Ghana and raised in London and Virginia adds to Kusi’s diverse cultural background and contributes greatly to his artwork. With daring pieces his bold concepts offer an interesting perception of popular cultural themes while still leaving much to the imagination.

Rise Africa had the chance to ask Kojo Owusi-Kusi a few questions…

read interview