Showing posts from August, 2016


I bet you guys are wondering what kind of combo is pancakes and booze (beer)...? Yes, it is definitely a combo but I would say its more normal at an art show. 
It seems like my mindset has been open and a bigger interest has grown on me for art more than I expected. I see myself in art galleries and exhibitions. I've also seen so much passion and dedication that my cousin, Rimi has when it comes to her artwork which continues to  inspire many. She had the opportunity of featuring her art work as part of the Pancakes and Booze Art Show too!

Rimi also launched her official website and I would love for you guys to check it out! She's also about to travel to Rwanda and has put together a small collection of Rwandan art pieces on sale.
This blog post should have been written ages ago when I attended the Art Show, but like I've mentioned before excuses don't go very far unless I continue without complaining. I…

Meet The Artists


We're no strangers to art. Its everywhere you turn. People seem to get their inspirations to develop  through other art work, beautiful landscapes/scenery, culture and so much more. There are many ways to express art and I'm glad I had the opportunity to get inspired through this pop-up exhibition last Thursday at the Hoxton Arches, Shoreditch. I was invited by the lovely Yulia Ivanova. She is the Meet The Artists organiser. Yulia also had her art work present alongside other incredible artists. 
So, Meet The Artists - what's it all about?

The exhibition was founded by Athena Anastasiou where she believed in supporting up and coming artists in London and placing them in one venue to promote their work successfully. She realised that its quite hard these days for artists to have their works noticed in galleries as it gets quite competitive. Meet The Artists is the platform for artists to shine through quality art and are sold at affordable prices.

Meet The Arti…

C'est Possible - Passion For Motherland

Passion For Motherland Showcase (PFM) 2016
Founder & CEO ; Lisette Mibo The Motherland is known to many as Africa; being that people believe this is where the human race started from! You could say there are alot of opinions everywhere but most importantly one could accept that your native country is your Motherland who you represent. Just as Lisette Mibo embraced her Motherland through the journey of where the Passion for Motherland came about in 2013. A non-profit organisation building and empowering the lives of the street children of Kinshasa where Lisette was also brought up. The main turn in her life was from one of the most important people in her life; her grandmother who passed away. Lisette travelled back to Kinshasa paying her last respects and while there she realised that the street children of Kinshasa were living in such poor conditions which put the children in vulnerable situations and that desire stemmed in Lisette to make a diff…