Breonna Taylor art murals, Kith x Looney Tunes , New Music , and Simone Bile Vogue cover )
What is the Table of Four?
I’m taking four topics: Art Culture , Fashion , Music, and Entertainment
Art Culture: Daniel Clarke
Artist, Illustrator and Art Director based in Cape Town, South Africa Daniel Clarke uses photos as illustrations. His work features a variety of images from movie covers to people dressing in streetwear or real life events . I love his work because it focuses on getting every shape to make it come to life.
Fashion: Supreme x Pat McGrath
Beauty and streetwear collide!! The new Supreme x Pat McGrath exclusive is coming out this Fall / Winter 2020 . The hyper-pigmented lipstick in shade ‘ SUPREME ’. The bold red lipstick is beautiful for any look from causal to a night out on the town . I went to the website to find visual inspiration which Pat McGrath always brings to every product.
Music: Entrepreneur Pharrell ft. Jay Z
Two icons come together to bring a track that bring light to issues within the world of being Entrepreneurs. Pharrell & JayZ discuss a range of problems within the community highlighted with visuals of black owned businesses. When I first heard the song and watched the video. The theme of the power within the community to bringing people together and letting everyone flourish in whatever career path they have taken while realizing there are problems that need to be solved.
[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
You gotta let go (Let go)
If you want to fly, take the leap
You gotta risk it all (Risk it all)
Or they’ll be lots of things you’ll never see
You gotta let, let go
‘Cause you never know what’s in store
Mister entrepreneurPharrell -Genius
Uh, lies told to you, through YouTubes and Hulus
Shows with no hues that look like you do
Black Twitter, what’s that? When Jack gets paid, do you?
For every one Gucci, support two FUBUsJay Z -Genius
Video credit photos
These were a few of the many visuals from the this HIGHLY SUGGESTED video.
Entertainment: Rihanna covered on Harperr Bazaar September 2020 ‘Rihanna Revolution’
When I first saw the cover I was stunned. Since I was a little girl hearing the Good Girl Gone Bad album, I’ve always loved Rihanna. Kahlana Barfield wrote the article starting off with her first experience meeting Robyn Rihanna Fenty in 2007 of Harpers Bazaar . A few years later she graced the cover of August 2012 Great Style Issue. The 2020 Rihanna Revolution article discussed Fenty Skin from Fenty Beauty and her brand as a whole. The Table of Four explores the success & evolution of artist today .
-Some things don’t change- 🙂
She shook hands with our production staff, greeting each person with a smile. When she turned to me, I sat my notepad down, expecting a handshake. To my surprise, she walked right up and gave me a hug. “Hey, I’m Robyn,” she said. Instantly I knew what kind of person Rihanna was. Underneath the veil of this superhero-ish, ultramagnetic, über-swaggy star, Robyn Rihanna Fenty was a real one—not fake real, but real real: a Black girl who wasn’t so caught up in her own celebrity that she couldn’t recognize another Black girl on the come up.Kahlana Barfield
She talked Fenty Skin with its 2-in -1 products
“It was just about getting it right. You have to live with the formulas for awhile and test them in different ways. It’s very different from makeup in that sense. It takes a long time.”Rihanna says