These reconstructed JET Magazine covers scream nostalgia while offering a fresh and relevant perspective.
Smith’s work is well-recognized and celebrated for good reason. There’s something to be said for the way he offers up Black culture in the light of Afro Surrealism.
Kendra’s fun and quirky prints present Black girls in a multi-faceted, carefree and stylish light.
This contemporary painter’s work gives off afro-centric, intergalactic vibes that I’m so here for.
There’s no other way to put it, sis is a genius. This stunning oil painter brings Black royalty to life with her uncannily realistic work.
Monica’s work is everything I’ve ever wanted pop art to be. Featuring some of our most iconic Black figures, her work is sure to add a much-needed dose of color to your space.
Viktor’s rich, golden depiction of African and Egyptian symbolism is colossal in so many ways — its scope, vision, and execution. This piece is sure to become a family heirloom, and what’s better than adding value to your legacy through art?
Kesha’s beautiful abstract art will add warmth and character to any space it touches. We love that she adds a unique touch to each piece, making all of her work one of a kind.
Stacie’s depiction of Black women is ethereal, feminine and powerful. We love her use of vibrant color to tell a story.
I was drawn to Shadra’s work because the piece above looks like my Haitian grandmother. Her detailed and nostalgic works are more like family portraits than objective depictions of moments and people. There’s a familiar element to her work that will surely add to your home.
Mark’s majestic renditions of beautiful Black people is seeping with regality. His blending of life-like details with surreal surroundings is moving to say the least.