Measuring 13.5", this long, lean, and work of wildlife art is inspired by the giraffe's natural curiosity. Called "Twiza" in the language of the Shona people of Zimbabwe, the giraffe is celebrated in legend as a sign to others that extra effort is rewarded: a reminder to "stretch your neck" to reach what you really want.
Available in Pink, Orange, Purple, Teal Green and Blue Turquoise (see color sections for current availability)
Orange Sankofa Bird
Sankofa: You must have knowledge of your past, in order to move forward;
Remember your Roots.
Sankofa - an Adinkra symbol of the Akan of West Africa, is based on a mythical bird with its feet firmly planted forward with its head turned backwards. Thus, the Akan believe the past serves as a guide for planning the future. To the Akan, it is this wisdom in learning from the past which ensures a strong future. A Sankofa bird holds an egg is its mouth signifying the delicate nature of life.
Sankofa birds available in: Neutral brown, blue, turquoise, orange, pink (fuchsia) and purple (check color category for current inventory)
Orange Long Mask
This wall mask exudes a powerful presence with its long orange face and textured contours.
H= 19.5 inches
Orange Wise Man Mask
Measuring 20.5", this decorative orange wise man signature is his long beard.
Bantu Knot Silhouette Navy Floral
Bantu Knot Silhouette Linen Multi
Ruffled Gye Nyame - Green/Rust
DUAFE an Adinkra symbol representing Beauty and Cleanliness. 11" x 14" wrapped on Canvas in an Open Floating Wooden Frame.