Culture Wall Decor(703 items)
Welcome to the Culture Wall Decor Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Culture Wall Decor
I love this plate so much. It just makes me smile to look at it. Beautifully made, it includes a hanging strip. I had it on my wall within 5 minutes of receiving it - 4 1/2 of those spent unwrapping! Thank you for my lovely plate.
I cant say enough about this piece. Colors are even more vibrant in person. When I opened the package I actually gasped out loud. The colors, the intricacy, the detail. One of my favorite artisans.
Perfect for a beach house
I gave this piece to my daughter who lives in Hawaii. She hung it on a bamboo rod. It looks great and is the perfect casual accent for a tropical themed room.
Popular Culture Wall Decor
Handmade Cotton Batik Nobility Mask Hanging Wall Art, "Mask of Nobility"$149.99
In certain African tribal cultures, the royal mask is worn by kings and other nobility. The impeccably detailed mask image features intricate African motifs and is an important cultural icon. It is depicted in beautiful detail by Ghanaian artist Edward Adeniran using the batik method. Rich, warm colors of persimmon and pastel yellow are set against a background of onyx-black, with swirled motifs and beautifully rendered eye, nose and mouth details.
Batik Cotton Wall Hanging of a Woman from Ghana, "Woman at the Lake"$69.99
Using a painstaking batik technique, Ghanaian artist K. Baka decorates black cotton cloth by drawing on it with a wax resist, then applying colorful dyes. This wall hanging depicts a woman at the lake, leaning over to fetch water to bring back to her family.
Colorful Wood Wall Sculpture of African Horn Blower, "Palace Horn Blower"$69.99
Robert Aidoo Taylor creates a beautiful piece of wall art from native mansonia wood. The sculpture, which depicts a man blowing a large horn, is carved and painted by hand. The Dagomba peoples of northern Ghana blow horns to invite locals to the chief's palace.
Batik wall hanging, "Fufui Beih"$109.99
Steam rises from the simmering pot of (meaning yams, cassava, and green plantain) filling the air with the tantalizing aroma of cooking food. She bends over the stove, adding mysterious spices and stirring the ingredients slowly. K. Baka is inspired by his rich Ghanaian culture and recreates the preparation of this traditional meal with batik on 100% cotton cloth. This charming wall hanging evokes the warmth and familiarity of the family kitchen.