Reblogged from locsandbranches
This Picture is awesome!
Behold, but a snapshot of the latest crisp editorial project of Joshua and Travis of Street Etiquette in which locs dominate the place.
Sharing a name with so many portrait collections of African-American hair and headdress, Street Etiquette’s CROWNED in their own words “a portrait series depicting the styles of 12 individuals through the lens of their personal hair style, or in other words their CROWNS.”
Joshua explains in the post that the inspiration and significance of this introspective photographic project in which 11 of the dozen style men rock locs: ” I think this is a topic [male identity as a function of hair styling] most guys stray away from, or wouldn’t want to lose their pretense masculinity pondering too much about. Besides receiving quite a few emails daily questioning our grooming techniques we decided to organize a shoot…”
See the the textures charming, quirk, bluntness, wildness, and austerity up close in the striking full screen black and white portraits here at the editorials homepage http://abstractelements.com/crowned .
Read more on the author’s experience and inspirations here at the Street Etiquette blog.
Bueno, Street Etiquette