My daily art challenge continues and I reached the 100 milestone last week. Here are some of my favourites from March. As you can see I had quite a bit of fun with filters (my photo editing app of choice is still VSCO Cam).
Below is a special drawing inspired by a woman I met while vending at the Southbank Centre's Women of the World festival. Her last name is stone and she had such a beautiful spirit!
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My daily art challenge continues. There have been times, when I’m just about to go to bed, after working really long hours, and I remember that I haven’t created the day’s piece! It’s been so tempting to just give that one time a miss. However, thanks to all the wonderful encouragement you’ve been showing me, I’ve stayed on course and I’m really grateful for that.
Above are some of my favourites from February. It’s interesting how different themes emerge:
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In less than 2 days, many of us will be enjoying a public holiday (whether we celebrate Christmas or not) and we’ll hopefully have some downtime.
If you find yourself at a loss for ideas of how to entertain the younger ones (and those young at heart), I’ve got just the thing for you! I’ve created 3 different colouring sheets for you to download and print.
There’s a garden scene, aka Bustani (see above); a fishy scene and; a composition made up of landmarks and landscapes from various African cities (bonus points if you can name any of them – let me know in the comments below).
To get a hold of your downloads, all you have to do is sign up to the Afri-love mailing list here.
Once you’ve signed up, you will receive an email with links to download the sheets. Simply print and enjoy. If you’re already subscribed, the links are in the latest email, sent today.
Fellow Instagrammers, please share a picture and mention me @lulukitololo – I’d love to see how you and your loved ones improve on my creations!
All drawings copyright Lulu Kitololo. Please note that the colouring sheets are for your personal use and may not be used for any commercial purpose whatsoever.
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Summer is a distant dream for many of us living in the northern hemisphere (climate change aside, that is – only 3 days ago I was out and about in short sleeves!). Indeed, it's now 2 months since I returned to London from my trip to a hot and humid U.S. and, I've been meaning to share the highlights since. What better timing than when I need a reminder of how good it feels to have the sun kiss my appropriately darkened skin.
My 5-week trip was a glorious respite from what has been a very challenging year, in so many ways (more on that another time).
(Corset by Evie Nix)
It was a time for perspective: I find being away from your 'normal' environment great for seeing things clearer.
(Hammock grove at Governor's Island)
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