Women's Equality Day is celebrated to commemorate the 1920 adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment (Amendment XIX) to the US Constitution.
She was both a 20th and 21st century musical and cultural icon known the world over simply by her first name, Aretha.
The Ghetto Tarot is a photographic interpretation of the well-known traditional Rider-Waite-Smith deck.
Alice Mann's series Drummies captures the Drum Majorettes of Cape Town, South Africa.
Jazz Appreciation Month (fondly known as "JAM") was created to recognize and celebrate the extraordinary heritage and history of jazz for the entire month of April.
The stunning visuals and attention to detail helped Marvel Studios' Black Panther take in one of the highest opening weekend box office receipts in recent years, grossing nearly $250 million. Costume Designer Ruth E. Carter's Afrofuturistic designs for the film captured the imaginations of audiences everywhere and the attention of the New York Times.
We can't stop looking at Georgie “Sevin” Nakima’s lush and layered work—a fusion of colors and textures with botanical, physical, and anatomical references.
Today on Jean-Michel Basquiat’s birthday we celebrate with his cover work for "Beat Bop. Test Pressing, Version One, Volume One."
Today we celebrate the centennial birthday of the jazz trumpeter, band leader, composer, and singer John Birks “Dizzy” Gillespie.
Happy 100th Birthday, Fannie Lou Hamer. We had the privilege of designing the "Get Out To Vote" packaging for the documentary "Freedom Summer" which features Fannie Lou Hamer's Congressional testimony. A testimony so powerful that President Johnson called an impromptu press conference to get her off the air.
Recognized as one of America’s great 20th century artists, Romare Bearden is best known for his uniquely textured collages, evoking the history, culture, richness and tension of the African-American experience.
Acquire is a six hour eclectic mix of randomly selected music to fill your day.
We met Jon Sherman, the Founder and Creative Director of Flavor Paper today at ICFF where he introduced their new Andy Warhol Collection of wallpapers.
Yesterday we had the pleasure of shooting with photographer Tayla Nebesky.
The prominent civil rights activist W.E.B. Du Bois was also a historian and sociologist—a background that led him to a firm belief in the revolutionary power of empirical data.