Adinkra Brushes

Adinkra Brushes

Adinkra are visual symbols, originally created by the Akan of Ghana and the Gyaman of Cote d'Ivoire in West Africa, that represent concepts or aphorisms. Adinkra are used on fabric, walls, in pottery, woodcarvings and logos. Fabric adinkra are often made by woodcut sign writing as well as screen printing. They also can be used to communicate evocative messages that represent parts of their life or those around them.

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Adinkra Brushes

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    Thank you so much~!

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    im using elements what will work on it? thanks

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    very nice! Thanks much!

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    pretty cool, man!! GH 4 lyf!!

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    ...man I was so proud to see our Adinkra Symbols!!! Me dase paaa!!

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    this is for all my brothers and sistas from Ghana. Hope we can keep our flava alive.

  7. I am awe-struck and inspired. Thank you SO much, my brother from the bottom of my heart.

  8. Pic-lil_bit

    u got it right dude,
    am from ghana n u right
    gye Nyame is the first one.
    i saw a carpet in Gatlinberg made out of the Adinkra symbols n it was awesome
    big ups