The Black Art Depot was founded in 2004 in Atlanta, GA by Kani Saburi Ayubu.  Our goal is to be the number one supplier of African-American art, gifts, collectibles and African decor in the world. We believe that our products can be used as a tool to turn houses into homes, to motivate and inspire lost souls, and to bring happiness into the hearts of others.

When you shop with The Black Art Depot, you are purchasing from a company that not only sells art, gifts and collectibles but also values and appreciates all that they represent and understands the many ways these items can be used to improve the life of our customers.

As a proud 100% minority owned and operated business, we believe in giving back to the community and our company and staff financially support and are active in a variety of community focused organizations and initiatives.

Please feel confident that when you shop with The Black Art Depot, you are purchasing from a high integrity organization, that views our customers as extended family, believes in exceeding the expectation of our customers and strives to ensure that our customers receive the highest level of service at all times.

We are active members of the Georgia Black Chamber of Commerce, Greater Durham Black Chamber of Commerce, and the Better Business Bureau of Atlanta, GA. Let us help you “Turn Your House into a Home Today”!



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