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Nana Oforiatta-Ayim is having a moment, and Accra is having it right along with her. The opening of a large new gallery space for her...

We talk to Producer and Photographer Anna Groth-Shive on her diverse projects, leisure dreams, and NYC tips. (btw you may also want to check out...

Lost-wax brass casting was developed by the Asante people in Ghana to make objects for gold transactions, such as weights and canisters. Like their forefathers,...

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Many of Osei-Duro's hand dyed prints are made using the batik technique. Batik is a technique of wax-resist dyeing that originated from Indonesia, and came...

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Osei-Duro co-founder Maryanne Mathias travels to Ethiopia to check out the culture, textiles, history, and of course the coffee. Here she shares her photos from the trip, commenting "I have...

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We are passionate about moving towards using as many botanical dyes as we can, so for SS17 we've developed a pale pink color using onion...

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The quickening of spring Love is come again Like wheat that springeth green Photos: Lieke Romeijn Model: Anoek      

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Allison Schulnik's phantasmagorical characters drip their way across paintings, film, sculpture, even cupcakes if you are lucky enough to make it to her Halloween party....

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Francis Kokoroko is a collaborator, good friend, and photographer based in Accra. Francis was behind the camera at our House Party shoot, and many of...

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We catch up with longtime Osei-Duro friend and LA artist Anna Sew Hoy at home to find out about her work, her ethics, and her...

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We created a line of batiked and screen printed T shirts, procured from the thrift market in Accra.   

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AW16 continues to showcase the unique hand batiked fabrics Osei-Duro is known for, while integrating soft alpaca sweaters from Peru and vivid ikat dyed...

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Kpando is a small town located in Ghana’s Volta Region, five hours away from Accra. Nestled in the lush forest just a short distance from...

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DJ Steloo (Evans Kissi) is well known in Accra’s music and creative scene. He is also a hit on the street, and easy to recognize...

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An empty stadium in Accra reminds us of all the unknown athletes out there. For those of us who didn't make it to Rio...

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Earlier this summer a group of friends met at our house in Accra, to celebrate our fall launch. Babies, outfits, music, even an engagement announcement!...

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Andrea’s paintings reference diverse visual traditions including African textiles, urban fashion and geometric abstraction.  Inspired by the NYC subway....

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We teamed up with active lifestyle brand lululemon's flagship store/design incubation space, the lab, to create a collaborative capsule...

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Organizers at ACCRA[dot]ALT started the Chale Wote Street Art Festival as an alternative platform that brings art, music, dance and performance out of the galleries...

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I love helping individuals and couples find ways to be more themselves and be more fulfilled with their sexual relationships. While I work...

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SS16 continues to showcase the unique hand batiked Ghanaian fabrics Osei-Duro is known for, integrating breezy block printed rayon and yarn dyed cotton stripes...

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Nana Oforiatta-Ayim is having a moment, and Accra is having it right along with her. The opening of a large new gallery space for her...

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