Tribal Cloth Indigo Wall Hanging

$150.00 USD 

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Tribal Cloth Indigo Wall Hanging
Hand-painted african wall art with safari animals in red tones

Inspired by traditional African mudcloth, this wall hanging is perfect for fans of modern African print fabrics, or simply an indigo lover. These cloth painting designs are both loud and contemporary, coming in sophisticated indigo shades. The patchwork of patterns in these African textiles creates beautifully chaotic designs, but with the simple three-color style it can still fashion a subtle, stylish interior piece. 

Using our signature crackle technique (from the starch resist technique), this wall hanging is hand drawn and hand painted on durable cotton. Decorated with contrasting patterns and vibrant indigo hues, it is sure to add a pop of color and texture to any interior.

While the design and technique are the same, each artisan has his own way of starching and balancing colors, making each piece unique in its own special way.

  • Color: Indigo
  • Made from 100% GMO free cotton fabric sourced in Africa
  • Each piece may vary slightly due to its handcrafted nature
  • Machine wash on gentle cycle, maximum 30 degrees Celsius. No tumble-dry. Iron inside out on low.
  • Ethically handcrafted in South Luangwa, Zambia

5% of each purchase is reinvested in local community and conservation initiatives.

Tribal Cloth Indigo Wall Hanging
Hand-painted african wall art with safari animals in red tones
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Ireland Ireland
I recommend this product
lovely design

Great artwork and quick delivery to Europe. Can't travel at the moment but can have a piece of Zambia home regardless... Happy with the purchase overall, the only small issue is that the hanging is not as vibrant as it seemed on the picture - not a big deal, going to hang it in a different room where it matches a bit better, but something to keep in mind. Customs fees were pretty high due to DHL's estimation of the 'freight cost' for the package (more than its actual purchase price and delivery combined) - which is not in Tribal Textiles' control, I'm sure.