Thursday, August 28, 2008

Kayobi Clothing New Designs

Monday, August 18, 2008

New Designs from kayobi Clothing








The real weapons of Mass Destruction can be found in Africa and they go by the name of Mosquitoes

The second image is a heads up to the Ghanaian currency the CEDI
pls let me know what u think

Pounding Fufu in ghana

Ghana 101 - How to Pound Fufu


Enjoy

Saturday, August 09, 2008

Link to T-shirt Pictures



The link to the shirt pictures taking at a tour of ''kofi Boateng's (the face of Kayobi) crib are not showing so click here
is a link


First Shirt released by Kayobi Clothing
Shirt title:Piece (Peace) in Africa
Aim:Anti war/Anti Guns/Striving for African Peace through Art and Fashion
Inspired by:Mozambique turns arms into art
Mozambican artists have decommissioned weapons in a graphic way, taking them apart and using the remains to make a range of novel and eloquent sculptures


More info on design: the word piece (peace) was not misspelled but intentional and is a play on words.
gun
noun
the illegal trafficking of drugs and guns firearm, pistol, revolver, rifle, shotgun, carbine, automatic, handgun, semiautomatic, machine gun, Uzi; weapon; informal PIECE, gat, heater

check out the link - news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/1764173.stm
more pics at www.ghanahype.blogspot.com or
http://picasaweb.google.com/boateng.kwabena/NewAlbum8808510PM

shirts going for 15 -18 Ghana Cedis /Dollars
Holla @ kob 0206438052
boateng.kwabena@gmail.com

enjoy and leave some feed back

Kayobi Clothing VRS Kofi Boateng

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Kayobi clothing went along to Kofi Boateng's crib where he gave as a tour and a look into his marvelous life

Friday, August 08, 2008

Kayobi Clothing drops first shirt

Hi years of hopes, dreams and talk have finally led to the first t-shirt from my clothing line being printed today and it has all been due to the grace of God and my savior Jesus through whom i have enjoyed a wonderful and privileged life with abundant imagination for my designs.

This shirt is just a teaser for what is to come.
Shirt title:Piece (Peace) in Africa
Aim:Anti war/Anti Guns/Striving for African Peace through Art and Fashion
Inspired by:Mozambique turns arms into art
Mozambican artists have decommissioned weapons in a graphic way, taking them apart and using the remains to make a range of novel and eloquent sculptures

Please check out the Link here
I hope u like it - Let me know your thoughts

Kayobi Clothing outdores Logo

Finally the logo's for the kayobi Line are out - let me know which ones u like

Kwabena Boahen: Making a computer that works like the brain


http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/kwabena_boahen_on_a_computer_that_works_like_the_brain.html

Kwabena Boahen wants to understand how brains work -- and to build a computer that works like the brain by reverse-engineering the nervous system. His group at Stanford is developing Neurogrid, a hardware platform that will emulate the cortex’s inner workings.

Why you should listen to him:

Kwabena Boahen is the principal investigator at the Brains in Silicon lab at Stanford. He writes of himself:

Being a scientist at heart, I want to understand how cognition arises from neuronal properties. Being an engineer by training, I am using silicon integrated circuits to emulate the way neurons compute, linking the seemingly disparate fields of electronics and computer science with neurobiology and medicine.

My group's contributions to the field of neuromorphic engineering include a silicon retina that could be used to give the blind sight and a self-organizing chip that emulates the way the developing brain wires itself up. Our work is widely recognized, with over sixty publications, including a cover story in the May 2005 issue of Scientific American.

My current research interest is building a simulation platform that will enable the cortex's inner workings to be modeled in detail. While progress has been made linking neuronal properties to brain rhythms, the task of scaling up these models to link neuronal properties to cognition still remains. Making the supercomputer-performance required affordable is the goal of our Neurogrid project. It is at the vanguard of a profound shift in computing, away from the sequential, step-by-step Von Neumann machine towards a parallel, in

Kwabena Boahen: Making a computer that works like the brain

http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/kwabena_boahen_on_a_computer_that_works_like_the_brain.html

Take from:

http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/kwabena_boahen_on_a_computer_that_works_like_the_brain.html

Kwabena Boahen wants to understand how brains work -- and to build a computer that works like the brain by reverse-engineering the nervous system. His group at Stanford is developing Neurogrid, a hardware platform that will emulate the cortex’s inner workings.

Why you should listen to him:

Kwabena Boahen is the principal investigator at the Brains in Silicon lab at Stanford. He writes of himself:

Being a scientist at heart, I want to understand how cognition arises from neuronal properties. Being an engineer by training, I am using silicon integrated circuits to emulate the way neurons compute, linking the seemingly disparate fields of electronics and computer science with neurobiology and medicine.

My group's contributions to the field of neuromorphic engineering include a silicon retina that could be used to give the blind sight and a self-organizing chip that emulates the way the developing brain wires itself up. Our work is widely recognized, with over sixty publications, including a cover story in the May 2005 issue of Scientific American.

My current research interest is building a simulation platform that will enable the cortex's inner workings to be modeled in detail. While progress has been made linking neuronal properties to brain rhythms, the task of scaling up these models to link neuronal properties to cognition still remains. Making the supercomputer-performance required affordable is the goal of our Neurogrid project. It is at the vanguard of a profound shift in computing, away from the sequential, step-by-step Von Neumann machine towards a parallel, in