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NTAMA
Ntama’s floating, narrow lines are loosely inspired by Ashanti Liar’s Cloths. These West African patterns are woven with a floating warp technique, in which warp stripes step across the cloth at regular intervals, producing a fretwork of fine, rhythmic strokes. Named by Western researchers, the cloth was believed to be worn by Ashanti kings to compel people to tell the truth. Ntama’s shifting lines are inset in a pattern that plays with illusion, optics and repetition.
printed on:
non-woven paper
width:
20 1/2″
length:
approx. 11yds
repeat:
20 1/2″h x 24″v
details:
wet remove
paste product
moderate light
washable
straight match
ASTM-E84
COLORWAYS
DAMARAM

ZFNTW-01

BUN

ZFNTW-02

BLUU

ZFNTW-03

AMUNA

ZFNTW-04




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