Saturday, January 18, 2014
Africa 3: Nsibidi
Nsibidi symbols sum up whole stories or abstract ideas. Their form is expressed most often in woven fibers.
The wall-sized mat from Cameroon, left, is tightly woven of banana or plantain fiber with darker stitching.
Image from Peabody Museum, Harvard
University. Photographer Mark Craig.
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