I started this blog in June this year as an outlet for my passion for Africa and for the arts, culture and self-investigation. I've thoroughly enjoyed the many hours I've put into creating the content and I'm ever grateful for all the time you've put into reading, commenting, appreciating and sharing.
I posted a similar round-up a little while ago, on the blog's 5 month anniversary (yes, arbitrary I know). It does make a bit more sense to do so at the end of the year so, particularly for the benefit of all the new readers (welcome!), here are the 9 posts that were most visited in 2010. Common themes: art, hair and fashion…
Inspired by Dimitra Tzanos whose Greek and South African experiences were brought together in her design project "For the Love of Africa" (image above)
Le Coil: photography celebrating the beauty of afro hair
The debut post in the Afri-love interview series: a spotlight on Chief Nyamweya, the artist behind Emergency Web Comic
The bold and beautiful Africa-inspired accessories designed by Rachel Stewart
An interview with enterprising designer, Mkuki Bgoya of Kina Klothing
Pilgrimages: illustration inspired by the ambitious literary project; writing interrogating the limits of our self-knowledge
The first post chronicling the third round of my natural hair journey
An interview with Lesley of Ododo Originals whose passion is in full bloom
Female Relations: a peek at a painting series I recently exhibited
Images from top: design by Dimitra Tzanos; photo by Jamala Johns; illustration by Chief Nyamweya; photo courtesy Rachel Stewart; photo courtesy Mkuki Bgoya; illustrations by Lulu Kitololo; photo by Lulu Kitololo; photo courtesy of Lesley/Ododo Originals; painting by Lulu Kitololo.