Submission | Brothers of the sky

Manny Jefferson, a Lagos based photographer, presents the inception of a photography project; SEE-RIES with a story titled: Brothers Of The Sky. SEE-RIES: The project is one that showcases the society, black innovation and the power of the youth through the amalgamation of Photography, (noteworthy) Poetry and also Graphic editing.

A discussion that highlights the youth, their challenges and the society.
In the Brothers of The Sky, the torch is pointed at a spar between the society and the eccentric youth. Representing the upcoming wilful youth – how they use creativity to break loose from confinements to soar. It employs immaculate fashion style & elegant modelling to execute the stories. Featuring a fantastic poetic piece by Lanaire Aderemi, which complements the photography duly, this work of art is truly sublime.

Also, in conjunction with a classic touch of graphic designing, it takes a book form (digital book PDF file will be released soon).

POET : Lanaire Aderemi

MODELS : Nelson Egh, Kareem Baaqi

GRAPHIC EDITOR : Adepoju Emmanuel

EDITOR : Dolapo Agbakosi



BROTHERS OF THE SKY: Poem by Lanaire Aderemi
Blue as the sky, dark as the night,

Rare as the clouds in darkness and stars in light;

We felt as free as the fabrics made of cotton,

Sewn with golden threads that shone in two metallic buttons;

The sky was foreign to our eyes

Yet aware of our homeland’s bed of lies;

We met in debris, dirt and dust,

Costumed men – debonair – in front of cars soon to rust;
Saraswati would be proud for we shared concordant love

Of art and knowledge only obtainable above;

We sang harmonious tunes rewriting our history,

For one day the world will unravel the mystery of our authenticity;
We sat within and without talking about our dreams,

Then we shook hands in hope of us working as a team;

A promise to not lose our very souls to the earth,

So the sky sang a song for the brothers in the celebration of their new birth.



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