t does not take much to get folks worked up about black women's hair. For some, their personal choices about their hair become public cultural events. (See: Oprah Winfrey. Gabby Douglas. Viola Davis.) But while black women's hair is obsessively discussed and debated, it's rarely celebrated.
Enter Andrea Pippins. Last week the Baltimore-based graphic designer and artist released "Crowns of Color," a four-poster series of prints which does exactly that.