Kiss 2019

People might have started reading and talking about issues like homosexuality and Black Lives Matter, but haven't started accepting it yet!
We’ve always seen ‘love’ being expressed by a heterosexual couple. Whether it be on the internet, or places where ‘love’ is mentioned, usually a guy and a girl is seen.
People are emotional about these issues, but they are emotional only in bouts. When a "BLM march" happens, or an "LGBT parade", or during "LGBT month", etc
To change people’s ideologies or their idea of ‘perfect relationships’, we have to appeal to a common man’s senses. And change the way we SEE things… after all “Seeing Is Believing”.
As the Founder of Ravisi, and an artist, I present my work, to champion a mission for the betterment of the LGBT community with Black Lives Matter, as we wish to provide support for the marginalised communities, by creating visibility for black women, who face exclusion and isolation on the grounds of their race or sexual identity.

Amongst The Clouds 2019

People might have started reading and talking about issues like homosexuality and Black Lives Matter, but haven't started accepting it yet!
We’ve always seen ‘love’ being expressed by a heterosexual couple. Whether it be on the internet, or places where ‘love’ is mentioned, usually a guy and a girl is seen.
People are emotional about these issues, but they are emotional only in bouts. When a "BLM march" happens, or an "LGBT parade", or during "LGBT month", etc
To change people’s ideologies or their idea of ‘perfect relationships’, we have to appeal to a common man’s senses. And change the way we SEE things… after all “Seeing Is Believing”.
As the Founder of Ravisi, and an artist, I present my work, to champion a mission for the betterment of the LGBT community with Black Lives Matter, as we wish to provide support for the marginalised communities, by creating visibility for black women, who face exclusion and isolation on the grounds of their race or sexual identity.

Sipping on Love 2019

People might have started reading and talking about issues like homosexuality and Black Lives Matter, but haven't started accepting it yet!
We’ve always seen ‘love’ being expressed by a heterosexual couple. Whether it be on the internet, or places where ‘love’ is mentioned, usually a guy and a girl is seen.
People are emotional about these issues, but they are emotional only in bouts. When a "BLM march" happens, or an "LGBT parade", or during "LGBT month", etc
To change people’s ideologies or their idea of ‘perfect relationships’, we have to appeal to a common man’s senses. And change the way we SEE things… after all “Seeing Is Believing”.
As the Founder of Ravisi, and an artist, I present my work, to champion a mission for the betterment of the LGBT community with Black Lives Matter, as we wish to provide support for the marginalised communities, by creating visibility for black women, who face exclusion and isolation on the grounds of their race or sexual identity.

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Manavi Singhal

United Kingdom

https://ravisi.ms/

Manavi Singhal is a London based, Indian- born designer turned entrepreneur whose mantra is- Follow your joy and you shall win.

She started off young – sketching portraits of Indian Gods and Goddesses for her grandma's little temple at home. Growing up, what began as a daily dose of fun on a facebook page, led to designing products online, stuff for local community events, freelancing, gifting handmade portraits to friends and family, opening an online shop, to finally making her realise the need of curating everything together under one brand. And so she started Ravisi, an Artisanal Design company.

Her recent work commits to investing in bringing real change for the BLM movement and the LGBT community. Being endorsed and liked by organisations like Creative Industries Federation and Creative England, she hopes Ravisi's fresh and unique design approach to tackle racism and create inclusion reaches the audience.

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