Gabrielle Smith is a Graphic Designer and cultural commentator with a passion for creative collaboration. She has worked for global companies including Adidas, TEDx and ITV News.
She is also the founder of The:nublk, an award-winning Arts & Culture platform which connects is audience to the often untold and inspiring stories of creativity from Africa, the Caribbean and the Diaspora. Now in it’s 8th year, The:nublk is dedicated to hosting a series of creative and culturally engaging experiences both online and offline.
What Does Black History Month Mean To You This Year?
Being from the UK, we celebrate Black History Month in October but it’s always great seeing how the US and other countries commemorate the month. For me, Black History Month is a continuation of celebrating our achievements and continuing to build throughout the year.
What Is On Trend For You Right Now?
For me, it has to be #peakblackness. The statement “what a time to be alive” perfectly encapsulates this sense of elation and pride I feel when I see the ways in which black people globally are creating exciting things; and generally achieving greatness without the need of approval - it’s incredibly inspiring.
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