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MC168- Authentic West African Mudcloth

MC168- Authentic West African Mudcloth

Africa | Bogolanfini - Mud Cloth tafé (wrapper). Artist: Nakunte Diarra - Bamana people, Beledougou area, Mali. Cotton

Africa | Bogolanfini - Mud Cloth tafé (wrapper). Artist: Nakunte Diarra - Bamana people, Beledougou area, Mali. Cotton

motifs deco manuelle

motifs deco manuelle

Bogolanfini is a traditional textile dyeing technique typical of Mali. Strips of fabric are dipped in a mud made of the leaves of a local plant left to ferment. The fabric, which has now become yellow, is sun-dried and then the geometric patterns are painted using as "paint" another fermented mud. Thanks to the chemical reaction between the dyed fabric and the mud the dark color of the drawings is imprinted. The fabric is then washed to make it clear / white. Size: 160 x 230 cm...

Bogolanfini is a traditional textile dyeing technique typical of Mali. Strips of fabric are dipped in a mud made of the leaves of a local plant left to ferment. The fabric, which has now become yellow, is sun-dried and then the geometric patterns are painted using as "paint" another fermented mud. Thanks to the chemical reaction between the dyed fabric and the mud the dark color of the drawings is imprinted. The fabric is then washed to make it clear / white. Size: 160 x 230 cm...

A bogolanfini textile, commonly known as mud cloth, from Mali.

A bogolanfini textile, commonly known as mud cloth, from Mali.

Bògòlanfini, the "mud cloth" from Mali

Bògòlanfini, the "mud cloth" from Mali

Coopérative de Bogolan

Coopérative de Bogolan

Bogolan / Mali / Victoria L. Rovine.

Bogolan / Mali / Victoria L. Rovine.

Bogolan / Mali / Victoria L. Rovine.

Bogolan / Mali / Victoria L. Rovine.