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[T-Shirt Tuesdays] Hey Mama: The Viv & Clair Sweatshirt

18th March 2014 |



We’re celebrating Mother’s Day in style this month with the release of the Viv & Clair sweatshirt. The t-shirts which were released last Summer received such a positive response that sweatshirts were next on the list.

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[Art + Design] Fantasy Floorplans: The Cosby Show

11th January 2012 |

If you liked the Cosby Sweater Project then you’ll love this. Fantasy Floorplans – the brainchild of Interior Designer Brandi Roberts is a collection of blueprints of houses from some of TV’s most loved shows including Sex & The City, Dexter, Mad Men and … Read More

T-Shirt Tuesdays: The Hillman College Bookstore

12th July 2011 |

I was at work when I got a message about this store. The homie DeVon from Creative Beach told me to check it out as she’d seen 9th Wonder rocking one of their shirts at the True School T-Shirt … Read More

Image of The Day: The Huxtables

23rd December 2010 |

“I feel strongly that girls need to hear that no matter what your body type is–whether it’s naturally skinny or naturally thicky-thick – what really matters is who you are, what you believe in, what you stand for and how … Read More

Happy Father’s Day

20th June 2010 |

So today is Father’s Day…over the coming years I’ve come to realise what I special but yet painful day this can be. I’m blessed to come from a family where I have both biological parents who are still happily (I’m … Read More

T-Shirt Tuesday: Ode to my childhood

23rd March 2010 |

by Poyz & Pirlz

by The Printed Mind

by Aranovich

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thenublack ♥s The Cosby Kids

13th January 2010 |

I think I may have just stumbled across thenublack’s stateside sister site – yeeeah!

Who are they?

WE are the sons and daughters of Cliff and Claire.

African-American 20-somethings who have graduated from Historically Black Colleges. We come here to … Read More

Two & Fro

3rd November 2009 |

“There’s always something to suggest that you’ll never be who you wanted to be. Your choice is to take it or keep on moving.”

Phylicia Rashad

source: okayplayer87

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