Two black and white decorative plates that tell the story of tribal food culture following the potter’s recent trip to her birthplace in Ghana. The designs incorporate symbols from traditional Kente cloth as well as symbols depicting the lives of Ghanaians living abroad. You could display these on a wall as art, or use them for dinners with friends for canapés, as a great talking point.
1d x 15dcm0.4d x 5.9dinch
1h x 11dcm0.4h x 4.3dinch
All sizes are approximate as everything is handmade.
Ghanaian-born, Material Designer Ella lives in London and creates work that frequently crosses the realms of textiles, product, art and set design.
Her works have historical, social and cultural themes and her most recent project celebrates the food culture she experienced whilst visiting Ghana in 2020.
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