Sunday, July 31, 2011

Domestic Violence

Firstly, there shouldn’t be anything like Women’s Rights or Men’s Rights for that will only lead to one destination called favoritism, and the international law recognizes “Human Rights” not “Gender Rights” (But I am sure feminists are already pushing for it that’s if it doesn’t already exist). A right that favors a gender over another is no right at all, and I may be wrong but there is a slight similarity between favoring a gender and favoring a race.

And secondly, women also abuse men and for that I say, to hell with the shallow act of feminism that is misguiding today’s women. You shouldn’t slap your husband and not expect a reaction except if you are both playing with each other. It will take anyone with a good self-control not to react when they are being abused. Most women react after series of abuse by killing their husband’s and claim it is a simple act of self-defense, and most of them end up walking away from a murder case. Others will simply walk out of the marriage instead of staying and getting turned into their husband’s punching bags. Men react by beating their wives but trust the myopic view of the society to overlook the initial abuse by their wives. As a person, I believe that men who hit their women are cowards and should try exchanging punches with someone as able as themselves.

Lastly, I am in no way a supporter of domestic violence because violence doesn’t solve anything, but there should be justice for whoever the alleged “victim” might be – be it male or female. For Christians the bible said, “However, each one of you also must love his wife as he loves himself, and the wife must respect her husband.” (Ephesians 5:33). If you love your woman, you won’t beat her. And if you love and respect your husband, you won’t slap him or think it is your birth right to slap him. Respect begets respect. This particular issue was discussed recently by my best friend and I, and she has stopped speaking to me because of it which is honestly fine by me. I will still maintain my stance that slapping your husband is disrespectful.



Friday, July 29, 2011

For three weeks now I have been working on an ecommerce website for a new Nigerian brand (EsOsa). EsOsa creates business attires for females which are appropriate for the workplace, and their primary focus for now is to redefine work wear.

The design has already been completed and it should be up and running in the coming weeks. The main purpose of the website is to make their customers buying experience as smooth as walking into a physical store. The online store will also accept online payments via major credit cards and debit cards and it would be processed by PayPal for now. But with time customers will be able to pay online with their bank accounts as soon as I implement InterSwitch. I will keep everyone updated. Watch the space.

*Disclaimer: The prices on the store screenshot are just dummy prices.* :) 

Loose Fit - Table Beggar

Directed by Abbie Stephens (

2D Animated Film by Julien Regnard

Check out this 2D animated short film by a Brussels resident Julien Regnard. He created it for his graduation from La Cambre - Ecole Nationale Superieure Des Arts Visuels in Brussels. It is narrative enough so you should be able to understand the plot.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Did I...?

Sometimes, I think it’s allowed to be a hopeless romantic to the one you love...emphasis on the sometimes, too much is kinda creepy-ish (truth). 
So, here's to those in love.


"Metamorphosis is a concept about the unlimited transformations of human body. Just like a chameleon, it's fitting, just like a virus, it's mutating, just like a personality, it's changing. Something new is about to birth, a metamorphosis, an organic complexity.
Work in progress..."

Creepy Cool Stuff :)

Art With Salt by Bashir Sultani

While salt have some vital functions in the body like stabilizing irregular heartbeats etc. It can also be used to create art which is probably perhaps my first time of witnessing such brilliance. Bashir Sultani, a Toronto-based artist used salt to create portraits of famous individuals like Drake, Tupac Shakur, Johnny Deep, Kanye West, and Al Pacino in his Art with Salt series. *Think-Create-Destroy* #RepeatTheProcess Enjoy!


What do you do...

...When you're 

and tired of  bumming around get on macgyver mode and make do with what youve got to kill the boredom.
So, I've got

an old ass cheap belt and a flimsy looking headtie
then, i asked myself

Since i cannot make a bazooka out of it, i decided to make a skirt.

Boredom ROCKS!!!!


Sunday, July 17, 2011

Nautical Nonsense

Whenever i hear the word nautical, i immediately think of Spongebob  (hence the title)...what can i say, i'm a fan *shrugs*. Anyhoo, nautical fashion is most synonymous with stripes and high waisted pants, which is like one of my favorite combination, so i decided to play dress up on this lazy sunday afternoon.

top: f21, pants: Thrift Store, shoe: SterMax & co

While we enjoy this lovely day, i leave you  with my favorite lazy Sunday afternoon song (...oh trust me, they are many) by the Small faces....great great band.


Friday, July 15, 2011

Bianca Jagger

Whenever i think of exotic, chances are..i'm thinking of Bianca Jagger, ex wife of Rolling stones front man, Mick Jagger. Born May 2nd, 1945 in Nicaragua...she's not only famous for being a rock stars wife and fashion icon but, in her own rights, she's an amazing humanitarian and a staunch human rights advocate...and i mean staunch. I have always, in my little way being somewhat inspired by her personal style she rocked throughout the Warhol, studio 54 era (the 70's) ...and boy did she werk it. 
I love everything she wore from her hats to shoes...and designers felt the same way because they all wanted to dress her - Yves Saint Laurent, Halston, Bobb Gibb, etc are just a few, who used her as a muse....lets not forget that goddess facial structure...oh my!!!
Bianca Jagger is nothing short of glamorous and iconic.

While uploading her pics, i was inspired to wear my "Bianca jagger-esque" hat, ^_^