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Photos and pictures of: woman selling printed cloth, Kpandu market, Volta region, Ghana

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People Xhosa woman in traditional dress Lesedi Cultural Village near Johannesburg South Africa Date: 16 04 2004 Ref: COMPULSORY CRE.

VITRA design museum: learning from the vernacular - designboom | architecture & design magazine

VITRA design museum: learning from the vernacular

Poppytalk: Inspiration: Cour Royale à Tiébélé

Inspiration: Cour Royale à Tiébélé

Cour Royale à Tiébélé, Burkina Faso, West Africa - Round grain silo contemporaries are found everywhere. The whole can be tightly sealed against invasion of aliens and wild animals.

Ghana, West Africa ~ visiting the markets in Ghana was one of the best ways to feel more like a local.  Such amazing activity, stunning fabrics, handmade beads, local produce, and so many friendly faces.  I miss it so much!!

Ghana, West Africa ~ visiting the markets in Ghana was one of the best ways to feel more like a local. Such amazing activity, stunning fabrics, handmade beads, local produce.

Asuán o Aswan es la ciudad más meridional de Egipto, en la margen oriental del Nilo, a la altura de la primera catarata

Ethiopia & Eritrea: A woman weaving a colorful basket table called Mesob.

Originating amongst the Bambara people of Mali whose name for this style of textile-making is Bògòlanfini, these handmade mud-dyed cotton fabrics have become a symbol of Malian cultural identity that is used in dressing,

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Bokolanfini Cotton cloth dyed yellow and hand painted with mud by women. Found in Mali. Refer to article in JSTOR "Bokolanfini, Mud cloth of the Bamana of Mali" Pascal James Imperanto and Marli Shanir

Tiebele houses

Patterns decorating walls of West African mud village houses

"Burkina Faso boasts a few simple gems, such as the village of Tiebele, renowned for its unique architecture" woah