1 month ago 1 month agoAfropunk Gold, William Nichols, Digital, 2018 by Robyn Ferguson 31592views afro-punk, afrofuturism, afropunk, agroecologia, brockhampton, brockhampton mtv, daft punk 2013, daft punk album, daft punk download, daft punk harder better faster stronger, daft punk live, daft punk lucky, daft punk lyrics, daft punk mp3, daft punk technologic, decolonial, decolonialidade, faster stronger daft punk, gold link, goldlink, illastate, image, junkanoo, kwame nkrumah, mg hillier mp, romil hemnani, stronger daft punk, technologic daft punk, unknown, vol i, william shakespeare, william wood, youtube daft punkLike it? Share with your friends! 298 Facebook Twitter298 points 31 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This reminds me a great deal of the work of!ReplyYou can’t just paint a white woman’s face and make her skin dark, and what exactly is that “Afro”? They actually drew waves, no curls at all! Too many artists just slap some brown skin on and call it a day, ignoring the distinct features of a certain race.ReplyShe’d be mistaken for a pixie by Aja!ReplyThis isn’t punk at all; in reality, it’s the polar opposite.ReplyI really like the Klimt influence in this piece.ReplyBefore Darrow flooded the solar system with murder, there was more atalantia.ReplyArgh. This seems to be a black Barbie. Her features are completely Caucasian. Looking at his other work, it’s obvious he’s a gifted artist, but the subject matter is so one-dimensional: a curvy half-naked kid.ReplyImo, it’s closer to Atalantia.ReplyIs this a punk band? Maybe Afrofuturism? It reminds me of the sovereign from GotG2.ReplyThis is just stunning! Klimt is one of my favorite artists, so any homage to his work is welcome.ReplyYou can’t post this without including a link to the artist’s website:ReplyI’ll be honest, I like it. But it appeals to me because of the person who inspired it. Now I’d like to see something exclusive. Anything that inspires in the same way that Klimt’s work does.ReplyWho else is able to see a black? Katy Perry is a pop star from the United States.ReplyIs it just me, or does Aja remind you of Okoye from Black Panther? I’m not sure if it’s the best analogy, but it made sense to me.ReplyIf Gustav Klimt were a digital artist, he would createReplyKlimt’s energy is high! It’s fantastic!ReplyShe’s lovely, but she’s also a goa’uld, and we all know what happens when that happens.ReplyThis appeals to me and has a Klimt-like quality to it! StunningReplyI agree with the others that there should be more Atalantia. Aja, I believe, will share Core’s sense of futility. Only Atalantia has more scandalous extravagance and excess than Peerless grandeur.ReplyMuch like Moira, I’d suggest. Too humble for Atalantia and not bald enough for Aja.ReplyThis is a fantastic picture, but I believe Aja is bald? However, this would make a fantastic Atlantis!ReplyStunning!! I can’t keep my gaze away from it.ReplyDetail-oriented sharpness and a lovely color schemeReplyWhy is this spam account being guilded by everyone?ReplyIn Austin Powers Goldmember, it’s Rihanna.ReplyIt resembles a Klimt drawing!ReplyBoth of the patterns are fantastic!ReplyThis is fantastic. It has a distinct look.ReplyI’m a sucker for something that makes me think of klimt. Congratulations on your achievement.ReplyThey simply plagiarized Klimt’s work and pasted it onto a DeviantArt-style figure.ReplyWhat a pretentious sub these comments are.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Robyn Ferguson Travel scholar. Creator. Reader. Falls down a lot. Entrepreneur. Passionate tv geek. Food advocate. Zombie fanatic.