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Hausa shirt before 1900 with protective verses from and Koran--and magic squares!   National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh

Hausa shirt before 1900 with protective verses from and Koran--and magic squares! National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh

Calabash rattle, Nigeria, 1851-1920

Calabash rattle, Nigeria, 1851-1920

Yumiko Arimoto

Yumiko Arimoto

Very early--collected in 1830s/40s from Nigeria. Bag to hold the Koran. Probably Hausa, but seems to have been collected at Warri along the coast.  National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

Very early--collected in 1830s/40s from Nigeria. Bag to hold the Koran. Probably Hausa, but seems to have been collected at Warri along the coast. National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

Vlas Blomme

Vlas Blomme

liverodland: The incredible embroidered jackets of Brazilian outsider artist Bispo Do Rosario. Through a myriad of materials and objects (including embroidery, jackets, furniture like sculptures, models and flags) Bispo tried to explain the world to God, whom he thought – much like a parent of a teenager – did not understand his human creation anymore. Do Rosario spent the majority of his life in a mental institution but was given full freedom to express his creative sides.

liverodland: The incredible embroidered jackets of Brazilian outsider artist Bispo Do Rosario. Through a myriad of materials and objects (including embroidery, jackets, furniture like sculptures, models and flags) Bispo tried to explain the world to God, whom he thought – much like a parent of a teenager – did not understand his human creation anymore. Do Rosario spent the majority of his life in a mental institution but was given full freedom to express his creative sides.

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Hausa cap, Leeds Museum

Hausa cap, Leeds Museum

"Japanese textile artist Junko Oki calls her work ‘Woky Shoten’ meaning ‘free movement of the line to make a simple repetition of work’. Her intricate embroideries have a worn vintage quality with layers of meticulous stitch work creating pathways and pattern"

"Japanese textile artist Junko Oki calls her work ‘Woky Shoten’ meaning ‘free movement of the line to make a simple repetition of work’. Her intricate embroideries have a worn vintage quality with layers of meticulous stitch work creating pathways and pattern"

Turkish Academic Reveals Ottomans' 'Magic Shirts' In New Work | Timaş Yayınları

Turkish Academic Reveals Ottomans' 'Magic Shirts' In New Work | Timaş Yayınları

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