Projects We Love: Au Natural

I think we ALL need to support these projects!  I especially like the BOOK about AFROS!
Love, Peace and blessings to ALL!
ANNIE


Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2012 19:41:53 +0000
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This Week on Kickstarter

March 29, 2012

Be inspired by a global community of citizen scientists collaborating on open-source air quality sensors, a cinematic love letter to the night sounds of New Orleans, and a photographic tribute to the iconic afro hairstyle. 
Air Quality Egg

Air Quality Egg
by Ed Borden

Category Open Hardware

Location New York, NY

A breath of fresh air

Air Quality Egg is an open-source sensory system that lets people collect and share high-resolution data on their local air quality. Affordable, universally accessible, and easy to assemble at home, the device will enable anybody, anywhere to participate directly in a global conversation about something we all have in common: the air we breathe. 

"TCHOUPITOULAS" -- a new film by Bill & Turner Ross

“TCHOUPITOULAS” — a new film by Bill & Turner Ross
by the Ross Brothers & Co.

Category Documentary

Location New Orleans, LA

Down on the bayou

Tchoupitoulas tells the story of three young brothers from New Orleans who spend a runaway night in the French Quarter, where their eyes are opened to a magical new world of people and music. From burlesque dancers to brass bands to street musicians, the sounds tucked behind every corner are sure to woo you, as well. It’s as much a tale of personal awakening as it is a love letter to the culture and history of this famously musical city.

"AFROS - A Celebration Of Natural Hair" by Michael July

“AFROS – A Celebration Of Natural Hair” by Michael July
by Michael July

Category Art Book

Location Brooklyn, NY

Making “hairstory”

Five years ago, photographer Michael July set out across America to capture the wide variety of creative individuals who choose to wear their hair au natural. He captured 240 subjects from virtually every origin, country, and age group, as well as their personal (often touching) stories. He calls his finished collection the “créme de la créme of afros” — a pictorial celebration of natural hair icons past and the spirit of the ‘do as it stands today. 

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