THE DARK BLACK ART COLLECTION

Bulb Crown and the Council of Kings

Unplug from the modern society matrix and reach your higher vibrational self before it’s too late.

Inspired by the Mo’ai Easter Island statues carved by the Rapa Nui people between the years of 1250 and 1500.

The Bulb Crown and the Council of Kings represents “man” in his attempt to become his greatest self through the mentorship of his elders.

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Diva Decisionz

Half feeling dull about life. Half feeling more colorful and vibrant

Split personalities that suggests bipolar disorder.

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Egyptian Gold

Bastet & Nefertiti

Bastet is an Egyptian goddess of the home, domesticity, women’s secrets, cats, fertility, and childbirth. She protected the home from evil spirits and disease, especially diseases associated with women and children

Nefertiti’s name literally means a beautiful woman has come.

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Loss & Levitation "The Royal Reminder"

Losses are a part of life which make you stronger whether it be physical, spiritual, emotional or mental. Through the pain comes knowledge, wisdom, courage and strength. By learning to listen to your soul, you will begin to see yourself as the powerful being that you truly are and can overcome your current circumstances by levitating to monumental heights as you glow from the light held so deeply inside yourself.

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Mommas Gun

A tribute to Pam Grier’s role as Coffy, the 1973 blaxploitation film. A depiction of a strong black female vigilante.

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Most Kingz

Inspired by Jean-Michel Basquiat’s famous painting entitled “Charles the First.” In the corner of the painting are the words, MOST YOUNG KINGS GET THEIR HEAD CUT OFF. It is a statement about what happens when you achieve a certain position. You become a target. People want to take your head, your crown, your title. They want to emasculate you.

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Sight Beyond Sight

You are beautiful when you decide to be yourself.

“Let no sadness come to this heart, Let no trouble come to these arms, Let no conflict come to these eyes, Let my soul be filled with the blessing of joy and peace.”

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