20 Dope Illustrators That Can Add Melanin & Afros To Any Fashion Project

Here are some of our favorite illustrators from around the globe that aren’t afraid to sprinkle or flood the page with Black Girl Magic! As we continue to see the sustainable fashion and beauty movement grow, it imperative to push diversity. Hopefully in 2017 we see seasoned and new ethical designers collaborating with some of these amazing illustrators to add some melanin spice to their projects! 

 

Nicholle Kobi

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Tashana Mcpherson

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Willian Santiago

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Cherie Moning 

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Sharee Miller

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Lauren Mayhew

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Eeni

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Sevelle

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Agata Wierzbicka

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De’Angela Sipp

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Papa Oppong

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Ojo Agi

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Brooklyn Dolly

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Dana Bly

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Dorcas Magbadelo

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Steve French

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Keturah Ariel

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Akujixxv

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Pedraw

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Visit Melanin and Sustainable Style for more articles celebrating people of color who work in the sustainable fashion industry.

Dominique Drakeford
Dominique Drakeford

Contributing Partner

Raised in Oakland, California and living in Brooklyn, Dominique Drakeford is currently a leader in environmental education, ethical fashion and community advocacy. She is the founder Drakeford PR – a sustainable lifestyle consulting brand where her creative and visual agenda involves widening availability of ethical fashion, beauty and wellness. Additionally, she is the chief curator of Melanin and Sustainable Style (MelaninASS.com) – a blog platform discussing the worldly intersection of people of color/ indigenous cultures in sustainable fashion lifestyles. Her work encourages environmental stewardship, social change, and economic development.

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