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  • Adinkra Symbols & Meanings

    Originally from West Africa, Adinkra were created by the Ashanti of Ghana, the Akan and the Baoulé of Ivory Coast who migrated from Ghana. There are roughly 400 Adinkra symbols, each with a meaning. Adinkra can be literally translated to "good bye", or "farewell" in Twi language, a language spoken by Ashante people in Ghana.
  • The Top Nuch shoot

    What is The Topnuch ?  “The Topnuch is all about helping businesses with their online presence through the art of Conte...
  • KARUKERADINKRA

    Passionate about history and aesthetics, this collaboration with Dear Kathiopae was obvious to us. More than just a collaboration, it seems to me ...
  • An introduction to Bamiléké culture

    Bamileke by origin, I spent a long summer vacation in the West region of Cameroon. I myself am Bamileke from Bana (one of the 32 groups in the regi...