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Africa | Adire alabere and oniko, 1975-86 | Indigo dye with gathered, hand-stitched and tied resist on cotton (unseamed)

Africa | Adire alabere and oniko, 1975-86 | Indigo dye with gathered, hand-stitched and tied resist on cotton (unseamed)

A photograph of the trunk of pandanus plant/tree, photoshoped, printed on silk fabric by Wagner Campelo of Brazil.

A photograph of the trunk of pandanus plant/tree, photoshoped, printed on silk fabric by Wagner Campelo of Brazil.

Residential, Soft good: Africa | Detail from an 'nbol' from the Shoowa Kuba people of DR Congo | Raffia, embroidered with black yellow and ochre colours.

Residential, Soft good: Africa | Detail from an 'nbol' from the Shoowa Kuba people of DR Congo | Raffia, embroidered with black yellow and ochre colours.

Couleur    ≫◈≪   Design   ≫◈≪ Emotion ≫◈≪   Lumière

Couleur ≫◈≪ Design ≫◈≪ Emotion ≫◈≪ Lumière

Mud Cloth by Textiles of Africa  Also called a bògòlanfini, the African mud cloth is a one-of-a-kind fabric painting. This textile was handmade in Mali by artisans of the Bamana Tribe using ancient, traditional techniques and natural materials like tree bark, leaves and river mud for dye.

Mud Cloth by Textiles of Africa Also called a bògòlanfini, the African mud cloth is a one-of-a-kind fabric painting. This textile was handmade in Mali by artisans of the Bamana Tribe using ancient, traditional techniques and natural materials like tree bark, leaves and river mud for dye.

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