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wow...thats All I can say! Wow

@Nancie :-)

You are so gracefully productive. The work just pours right out of you: a delicious river that tastes of salt and authenticity. Thank you for being you and leaving your mark on the world.

Thank YOU Crystal! For all your support and encouragement. "Salt and authenticity" – I like that combination. Much love to you.

Made the list...awesome. Thanks for having me on this cool site Lulu. Be blessed to bless more

Thanks for being on it Mutua and thanks for the blessing. Your work speaks volumes – I'm just happy to share so that more people can enjoy it.

I have to say, I'm just in love with the compositions and colors in Dimitra Tzanos' work. I would just love to see a travel poster or country visit campaign featuring her designs... They would be so great, animated, too! Thanks for introducing me to her talent. : )

Hey Susy, glad to share. A travel campaign by Dimitra Tzanos is a fantastic idea! Something beyond the usual photography-led formula would be very refreshing. Thanks for reading.

Hey Susy! Thanks for the nice comment and the encouragement!! and thats actually a damn nice idea....i'm working on elements of different cultures but never thought of that idea...i like!!!

And Lulu...thanks for all your hard work in getting all these inspiring posts around the world to all of us!! :)

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I’m Lulu Kitololo – an artist and designer – and Africa is my main muse. Afri-love is about creativity, enterprise and wellness. I believe these 3 things all need attention if we are to have a flourishing African creative economy. 
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