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Worthy: a soulful song by Jacob Banks

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By Hameed Adigun in New Music on Thursday 31 October 2013

I’m kind of infatuated with the unique, soulful sound of London-based Jacob Banks. I was procrastinating on YouTube one day, going from music video to music video (I really didn’t want to do any work that day) when, all of a sudden … BAM! My speakers hit me with a song – the appropriately named […]

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Beautiful Lion King illustrations

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By Hameed Adigun in New Illustration on Wednesday 30 October 2013

I just love images that create different, powerful feelings in the viewer. This artist was moved to paint the scene because of a beautiful piece of music from the last Harry Potter movie. See more of the artist’s amazing work here.

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Hermitage San Colombano: a church carved into a rock

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By Hameed Adigun in Architecture on Tuesday 29 October 2013

It’s a church carved in a rock. It’s a church carved into a rock! I mean come on… It’s a church carved into a flippin’ rock! How cool is that? I almost didn’t notice it for a minute and when I did, my first thought was ‘what the …’ Fill in those blanks. This wonderful […]

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Champion of Dema: a fantasy Afrocentric graphic novel

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By Hameed Adigun in New Illustration on Tuesday 29 October 2013

Champion of Dema is an Afrocentric, fantasy graphic novel about a young man named Kade who’s forced to be a hero but keeps trying to escape his responsibilities. He tries to escape his duties at every opportunity he gets. Written by Hameed Catel from kirucomics, he has poured his heart and soul into this project, […]

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Melanoma Kills: a powerful short video by Byrone Lehmann

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By Hameed Adigun in Video on Tuesday 29 October 2013

I recently stumbled across this very creepy 10 second video. What really freaked me out was the detail of a black tar-like substance that suddenly covered a smiley face. The effect was enough to actually make me take notice of what the video was about: Melanoma, a form of skin cancer. Kudos to director Byrone […]

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