Inspired Design Weekly: III

 
 
You have to believe in yourself. The bigger the film, the more experts come to the foreground and go, ‘You should do this way–this is how we do it here.’ But I believed in myself,” Carter says. “That’s my biggest lesson, is that I do have a voice and I can stand behind it. And as long as I’m supported, I can do some good things with my artistry.

Fast Company

“It Cannot Look Like A Costume”: Ruth Carter On Dressing The “Black Panther” Cast

by KC Ifeanyi


 

28 Days of Black Designers


 

The Daily

Monday, Feb. 26, 2018

by The New York Times