Fawohodie is the Adinkra symbol of independence, freedom and emancipation. Adinkra symbols originate in West Africa and have been used in African visual arts since the 12th century. The ‘evil eye’ integrated into the pattern is traditionally used in Turkish decorative arts to bring good luck and protection.
size: 20 x 28 cm
care instructions: Wipe with damp cloth
material: FSC approved craft paper, melamine.