My Indigo Child.

Inspired by textile designer Aboubakar Fofana who lived in France and born in Mali. His graphic research and its roots in the Malian culture naturally lead to the textile support !! Love that he uses vegetable and mineral dye.
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This is a Giclee on canvas stretched over a wood frame and coated with a Brush Gel finish. Measures 30" x 46" Made in the USA. Please allow 3-4 weeks.

Indigo Bloom

This is a Giclee on canvas stretched over a wood frame and coated with a Brush Gel finish. Please allow weeks.

17 feb 12 ... surrender is absolute knowledge that my denial and grandiosity aren't working ... for today, I am thankful that I am willing to surrender ...

fuckyeahamericanart: “ art-history: Valerie Hammond American, born 1952 Garland, 2007 Relief printed lithograph on handmade Kozo paper 72 x 48 in.

Aboubakar Fofana

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Aboubakar Fofana, passion bleu indigo - Afrik.com : l'actualité de l'Afrique noire et du Maghreb - Le quotidien panafricain

Aboubakar Fofana, passion bleu indigo - Afrik.com : l'actualité de l'Afrique noire et du Maghreb - Le quotidien panafricain

African Design Talent Getting Noticed - Visi

The most inspiring contemporary design exhibit is back in Joburg this August. The third Design will run from 5 – 9 August 2016 at Gallagher Estate.

African Design Talent Getting Noticed - Visi

With Design Network Africa Eleven, 11 leading design companies from the…

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Reviving a Dyeing Technique - The New York Times

Reviving a Dyeing Technique

Aboubakar Fofana, a designer known for his traditional indigo-dyeing techniques, talks about the challenges of being organic in a synthetic world.

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