Cheers to 2020 and all of the Black people who curated beautiful artwork, that either responded to or completely ignored the shenanigans this year has brought to us all. Scroll to see the 2020 Digital Dump by Javan.
"The thing about my work is that it always seems to have this pattern of controlled chaos, starting out wild and incoherent until I’m able to get a bigger picture. I realize that it is a recurring theme in my life and that naturally there is an order in the chaos." -Ytunde Oliver
"my digital art and my traditional drawing skills are very different because digitally, it lacks some of my humanity which is why it takes so much longer for me to complete art that I’m satisfied with."-Ytunde
"There isn’t anything that I’ve drawn where I didn’t love it. I may have had some that annoyed me but it wasn’t a failure it just wasn’t right for THAT moment but who knows?! Artist always come back and recreate or they become more skilled."
Javan's Digital Collection
The Art of Evolution
" to love my art is to love myself."
It started with the pull of a trigger.
Pull, aim, shoot.
I took my first life.
The BRÉLAN doll line represents the principal that what is believed to be true, is. Think of oneself highly, and see how much is achieved!
BRELAN DOLLHOUSE COLLECTION by Bria
Sitting on the bus, I received a text message from a random man from the area, asking to draw his late brother on Timberland boots. He told me that he knew of my skill, and considered me really talented. I was slightly confused. I was a fashion design major. I’ve always liked to draw, but I’ve never thought of myself as an artist.