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Apr 17, 2014 / 9 notes

New style post on the blog! http://findingpaola.com

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Apr 17, 2014 / 1 note

@fanmdjanm #tbt #fanmdjanm #bts photoshoot

Apr 14, 2014 / 14 notes

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Apr 14, 2014 / 4,039 notes
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Apr 13, 2014 / 101 notes

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Apr 10, 2014 / 56 notes

Am I a bug?! website: http://findingpaola.com

twitter/instagram: @findingpaola

#fanmdjanm will be live soon! Meet Yang and Ania. Fanm Djanm means “strong woman”. A headwrap line dedicated to my mother and all the strong women I know and hope to meet one day. To win one, visit:http://findingpaola.com/shop 
Apr 8, 2014 / 2 notes

#fanmdjanm will be live soon! Meet Yang and Ania. Fanm Djanm means “strong woman”. A headwrap line dedicated to my mother and all the strong women I know and hope to meet one day. To win one, visit:http://findingpaola.com/shop 

Apr 7, 2014 / 19 notes

black and gold. more photos here: http://findingpaola.com/la-nuit-des-jeunes-2014/

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Apr 7, 2014 / 4 notes

At Harlem Food Truck Rally this past Saturday. Check the full post: http://findingpaola.com/harlemfoodtruckrally/

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Apr 5, 2014 / 820 notes

5centsapound:

Patrick Willocq: On the road from Bikoro to Bokonda (Western DRC)

*I don’t usually reblog but lensculture has done another feature on Willocq and he deserved more attention. 

Willocq, through long term immersion in these villages, worked with the Batwa Pygmies and Bantu life in the province of Equateur (DRC) to create poignant images depicting complex themes on education, religion, the relationship between men and women, the role of the forest and globalization. These ‘bush theatres’ are artistically driven but yet reflect fundamental social problems and development needs.

Artist Statement via lensculture:

[…] I also wanted to go beyond images conveyed by Western media and show a Congo that we are not used to see because too often buried in images of war. I specifically wanted to witness the peace that prevails in the West, a different reality than the Eastern Congo. A reality that Western media regularly focus on and, although dramatic, stigmatizes the whole country.

(via yagazieemezi)