http://www.blackstarsquare.com/ Sika Designs. Stylish and wearable clothing inspired by the rich and diverse culture of Ghana.

http://www.blackstarsquare.com/ Sika Designs. Stylish and wearable clothing inspired by the rich and diverse culture of Ghana.

Ghana coloring page

Ghana coloring page

Kente cloth was develoed by the Akan people of West Africa.  Many of Akan live in Ghana and Ivory Coast today. Traditionally the cloths were for sacred and royal occassions. They feature bold designs and bright colors, each of which bears meaning. For example, black signifies maturity and strong spiritual energy.

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Kente cloth was develoed by the Akan people of West Africa. Many of Akan live in Ghana and Ivory Coast today. Traditionally the cloths were for sacred and royal occassions. They feature bold designs and bright colors, each of which bears meaning. For example, black signifies maturity and strong spiritual energy.

~African fashion, Ankara, kitenge, African women dresses, African prints, African men's fashion, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion ~DKK

~African fashion, Ankara, kitenge, African women dresses, African prints, African men's fashion, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion ~DKK

Detail from a Kente cloth from the Ewe people of Ghana / 19th century / Silk and Cotton

Detail from a Kente cloth from the Ewe people of Ghana / 19th century / Silk and Cotton

Africa | Adinkra cloth from Ghana; block printed in varied geometrical motifs, in squares divided by multicoloured stripes || Partial View ~ detail

Africa | Adinkra cloth from Ghana; block printed in varied geometrical motifs, in squares divided by multicoloured stripes || Partial View ~ detail

>> Click to Buy << LOL heros concept new designed gold shining layer t shirt LOL Janna Ghana color t shirts ac544 #Affiliate

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Cotton and wool African chieftan blanket, 19th century, Fulani people (Mali or Ghana). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Cotton and wool African chieftan blanket, 19th century, Fulani people (Mali or Ghana). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Free People woven sandal

Woven Sandal

Free People woven sandal

Cotton strip weaving Woven in 10 strips from the ewe people  Ghana early 20th century

Cotton strip weaving Woven in 10 strips from the ewe people Ghana early 20th century

In Kumasi, Nustyle wax print method which is popular in Ghana these days, incorporating adinkra symbols for patterns. This will be great for curtains in the bedrooms.

In Kumasi, Nustyle wax print method which is popular in Ghana these days, incorporating adinkra symbols for patterns. This will be great for curtains in the bedrooms.

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