Kudhinda Zimbabwe Screen Prints Zig Zag Natural
Hand-screened by Kudhinda in Harare, Zimbabwe. Designed by Ros Byrne. 100% sheeting weight cotton, suitable for craft or upholstery: 260 grams per metre, approximately. Fabrics are 145 cm / 57 in wide, approximately. Fat Quarters are 50 x 71 cm / 20 x 28 in, approximately.
Black/White - NMAAHC Inspired Art Large 36"x36" Canvas Painting Abstract Minimalist Modern Original ContemporaryArtwork Commission Art
Artist Note to You: Do you have this item left in your cart? Message me.. I may have something for you! (2/14/2021 Valentine's Day) Canvas Painting Abstract Art. Tip: ReFRESH your space with New Art or a new GALLERY WALL for a room uplift this season. Art is always a sure way to go! ~DinaD Custom requests welcome. Art is Life. Paint to Order. Original custom sold. Artwork inspired by The National Museum of African American History and Culture "THE 36X36 COLLECTION" My Art: This series of…
mudcloths... without the mud.
The 3rd graders are focusing on shape during this 2 week rotation. This lesson zooms in on the use of geometric shapes to create an abstract...
Africa | Wrapper ~ ndop or ntiesia, ntieya / Royal Cloth of Cameroon | from the Bamileke, Bamum people of Cameroon | ca. 20th century | Cotton, raffia; indigo dye.
Bogolanfini - Sample
Overview All our wallpapers are made on new generation non-woven substrate. Printed with eco-friendly inks, MINDTHEGAP wallpaper are easy to install on any wall type. Measurements• Each roll comes with 3 panels, each panel is 20.5" x 118"• Repeat: panels line up in order to create a continuous pattern Additional Notes • Printed to order, 2-3 week lead time. • Non-woven material.• Paste the wall material• The inks used for printing are certified Nordic Swan environmental management standards…
Yoruba adire eleko cotton wrapper from western Nigeria
Africa | Adire electro cotton wrapper from the Yoruba people of western Nigeria | Stencil start resist and indigo dyed cotton | ca. 1950s/60s || Partial view
Geometry and Geography
[Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire), Kuba Culture, Shoowa people, Ceremonial Textile Panel, late 19th to early 20th century, permanent collection LACMA.] If I start fast-forwarding through a DVD on my third viewing, mainly to catch another glimpse of the riding boots Meryl Streep wore in a mid-1980s flick, but find myself slowing down to look at the clothes her Kikuyu neighbors have on, and then I Google the tribe, that must mean the director (and his design team) did a good job…
African mud cloth bogolan bambara bogolanfini new textile mudcloth Africa t213
New Handmade Authentic African Mud Cloth~~Bogolanfini~~Bambara. Each artist has his or her own carefully guarded formulas for the hues, and secret spots for procurring the muds. This process may take years for the creators to learn, as not only dyes, but also their reactions with cloth and fixatives must be known.