The non-verbal language of african prints

1. Gyawu Atiko, lit. the back of Gyawu’s head. Gyawu was a sub-chief of Bantama who at the annual Odwira ceremony is said to have

How wax prints became a cultural phenomenon

Wax prints were made truly African through storytelling. Africans didn’t simply adopt the Dutch fabrics but brought them to life, reversing the design process and

What are your clothes saying?

How Ghanaian women took the cross-cultural story of wax print to a whole new level. Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to

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