African Mud Cloth

Mali- Mudcloth Fabric (Bogolan) cloth, river soil, leaves, sun Would love to get my hands on some of this cloth

Kuba Cloth. Using the leaf of the raffia tree, the Kuba people of the Congo first hand cut, and then weave the strips of leaf to make pieces of fabric, often called raffia cloth.

Using the leaf of the raffia tree, the Kuba people of the Congo first hand cut, and then weave the strips of leaf to make pieces of fabric, often called raffia cloth.

Yoruba Beaded Sashes 2 #Africa #African #Yoruba

Africa – Ìgbádìí Yorùbá - Sash Are beaded Sashes worn together to match clothing attire, costumes, etc.

Africa has a rich tradition of arts and crafts. It has a variety of paintings. They are among the most colorful types of African artwork.

Africa has a rich tradition of arts and crafts. They are among the most colorful types of African artwork. - Adelgazar - Make Money Online - Make Extra Money Online - MakeExtraMoneyOnline

Adinkira stamps made from gourds. The West African symbols were a form of thought or conveyance used by pre-colonial Ghanaian people. Each symbol has a discrete but abstractive meaning. For a brief history and index of some symbol meanings, check out the website   http://www.adinkra.org/

Adinkra stamps carved from calabash gourd: adinkra symbol - adinkra cloth - met art ashanti - traditional african art - traditional african art

Beaded Tunic, Yoruba peoples, Okuku region, Nigeria  Early 20th century  Cotton cloth, glass beads.

Tunic Possibly Baba Adesina family workshop Yoruba peoples, Nigeria Early century Cotton, glass beads National Museum of African Art - African Cosmos: Stellar Arts / Cosmic models

Kuba Cloth

Traditional Kuba Cloth products from Warnyenga - Ngandu Curios

Africa | Ceremonial Overskirt from the Kuba peoples (Bushoong group) from the Kasai River region of DR Congo | Raffia palm fiber, camwood, tukula | late 19th century

Africa Ceremonial Skirt (Ntchak) from the Kuba people (Bushoong group) from the Kasai River Region of the DR Congo Raffia palm fiber with natural dyes ca.

East Africa | Body painting among the Suri and Mursi people of the Omo Valley, southern Ethiopia. Photographer Hans Silvester

East Africa Body painting among the Suri Mursi people of the Omo Valley southern Ethiopia Photographer Hans Silvester

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