"AfroChromatics: People of Color" Series

Jessi Jumanji's newly released series of captivating collages experiments with the many shades of colors and complexions. Exploring the endless array of hues found across all species of plant and animal life, she brings them together into one harmonious composition. This series is divided into three subsets: multicolor, monochrome, and pastel. Limited edition prints are available now.

MONOCHROME

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The main image in this digital collage derives from: Rod Waddington from Kergunyah, Australia, Mursi Girl (24515793220), CC BY-SA 2.0

PASTEL

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The main image in this digital collage derives from: "Anuak Tribe, Dimma" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Rod Waddington

 

 

This peculiar series is a visual study of ethno-entemology that fuses images of indigenous Africans with various insects from around the world, creating a species of called AfroAnimorphs. This series sheds light on the importance of bees to our existence. 

Making the past, present, and future coexist...

Take a visual journey beyond space and time in Jessi Jumanji's staple collection of Afrofuturism collages. By digitally mending historical findings and galactic imagery, the past, present, and future are brought together in ethereal harmony. Stay tuned to this growing collection, new pieces are being added regularly.