AFRICAN MUD CLOTH

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 Wax printed batik pillows from Ghana by Project Bly and many more inspiration from African prints fabric

Explore the Streets of Kumasi, Ghana

Pillow pile! Wax printed batik pillows from Ghana by Project Bly

traditional house of the Sirigu, Ghana, Africa Vernacular Architecture, Art And Architecture, Pavilion Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Residential Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Out Of Africa, West Africa, African Culture

315 - Traditional houses of the Sirigu

Explore Johan Gerrits' photos on Flickr. Johan Gerrits has uploaded 243 photos to Flickr.

African Kente Bag The Ika Slouch Bag by HouseofRubi on Etsy African Inspired Fashion, African Print Fashion, Africa Fashion, African Accessories, African Jewelry, Fashion Accessories, Style Afro, Mode Wax, Ankara Bags

The Ika Slouch

This beautiful Kente Slouch bag has braided handles. It is also lined with cotton canvas.

 Millet hangs over the entrance to a compound house painted with zigzag motifs, representing deer legs, and crisscrossed furrows (top and bottom). Navrongo-Saboro, Ghana by Margret Courtney-Clark

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 you could frame some South African textiles. I think you can buy them framed, or you could just source them from SA and frame here. Feels a bit Aboriginal too? Photo taken at Hout Bay Craft Market, Cape Town, South Africa. Motifs Textiles, Textile Patterns, Textile Design, Textile Art, Print Patterns, Fabric Design, African Textiles, African Fabric, African Patterns

African woven cloths

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Painted village of Burkina Faso, a landlocked country in West Africa, by Louis Montrose - A former professor at the University of California, Montrose has become the overall winner of the 2011 international Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) awards. Mural Painting, House Painting, Ghana, Mud Hut, African House, Afrique Art, Vernacular Architecture, African Tribes, Photography Contests

Best Travel Pictures of 2011 Named

Playful wolves, an iceberg climber, and a curious beluga are highlights of the 2011 Travel Photographer of the Year competition.

Women painting a mud house with zigzag motifs – Kassena Compound, Ghana

Women using traditional pottery

A visual exploration on the theme of women using their pottery in performance, creation, transportation, market sales and rituals. Toubou woman souvenir seller. western Ennedi. Chad Photo - © Jacques Taberlet. The traditional usage of pottery taps into a rich vein of customs, from tribal ceremony and production techniques to being integrated into dance performance and street festivals. The ancient traditions used the pot as a metaphor for sustenance and divine plentitude following the…

“The Gurunsi (Kassena) tribe live in fortified houses in the Tiebélé region on the border of Burkina Faso and Ghana.

Gurunsi Architecture -The Next Big Thing…

“The Gurunsi (Kassena) tribe live in fortified houses in the Tiebélé region on the border of Burkina Faso and Ghana. The Gurunsi women create beautiful abstract frescoes that decorate the walls of their mud huts, situated in a round formation. The Gurunsi architecture, known for the beauty of its functional lines, inspired the Swiss vanguard architect Le Corbusier. Architecture-balar.com I don’t know why the world is like this!!! I don’t know how we got here. The politics, the inequalities…

African Makenge Baskets - Woven in Zambia - Swahili Modern

Handmade Fair Trade African Baskets & Collections - Swahili Modern

Handmade Fair Trade African Baskets and African Home decorations by Swahili Modern. View our large selection of handwoven basket collections from Africa for unique gifts and home decorations. Handmade baskets

treebystream: africa, gurunsi (kassena) window So interesting how people's of Africa have such affinity for geometric decor!

treebystream: africa, gurunsi (kassena) window (A Bohemian Life)

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