The woman depicted in a kanga and Zanzibar carved door is often portrayed as a symbol of beauty, elegance, and grace. She typically represents female strength and power in Zanzibari culture. The kanga, a traditional East African garment, is known for its vibrant colors and bold patterns. It is often worn as a sign of pride and identity.
The Zanzibar carved door, on the other hand, is an intricate piece of artwork found in many Swahili architecture styles. These doors are typically made from hardwood and feature elaborate geometric patterns, floral motifs, and detailed carvings that tell stories from Zanzibari history and folklore.
When a woman is depicted in the kanga and Zanzibar carved door, she is often shown wearing the kanga as a part of her attire, symbolizing her connection to her culture and heritage. The carvings on the door around her may depict various aspects of Zanzibari life, traditions, or significant events.
This print has a partly glossy, partly matte finish and it’ll add a touch of sophistication to any room.
• 10 mil (0.25 mm) thick
• Slightly glossy
• Fingerprint resistant
• Paper sourced from Japan