Imagine if people could actually look inside your stomach and see what you’ve eaten. How strange would that be? Well, for ants, that’s a reality. Their transparent stomachs let us see what they’ve ingested based on color.
Much like the endless stream of caffeinated goodness you see in the Cinemagraph above, your creative stream doesn’t have an end. You may think it does, but you’re wrong.
Fighting stereotypes on Africa, via « The Real Africa » campaign by Ithaca College African Students Association in 2014 : colonialism, language, women…
Tingatinga is a painting style that developedin Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) and spread to most East Africa. The genre is named after Edward Said Tingatinga. It is one of the most widely represented forms of tourist-oriented paintings in Tanzania, Kenya and neighboring countries.