DHAGO WALL ART
Back to the origins of the tribe of flower-men, rooted on the Mentawai Islands in Indonesia for 5,000 years. Coming from the Tibetan-Burmese highlands, this woman illustrates the history of these people with two symbols: the red ribbon called 'dhago' that Tibetan women put in their braids and the hibiscus being the flower that adorns the bodies of both women and men of the Mentawai.
Dress up your wall interiors with an authentic piece of art. Our wall arts bring a bohemian and ethnic ambience through vibrant colours and women faces from all around the world. Each one is a reproduction of a hand-drawn illustration and provides good vibes full of sun.
This wall art is printed on Epson Enhance Matte Paper, 192 gsm.
Your limited edition print will either come numbered and signed or you will receive a Certificate of Authenticity with relevant details.
Sizes quoted are for unframed images only.
Brescia, the artist, is looking for joy and happiness, capturing moments of pure beauty everywhere she travels. Driven by her passion for crafts and her desire to move people through her art, she decided to offer her printed reproductions.
All prints offered are limited editions in these sizes only with 10 - 50 copies.
How is it shipped ?
This print will come in a protection tube.
Please allow 3 business days for printing.
Custom sizes and framing available upon email request at firstname.lastname@example.org
The artist will either hand-sign and number your print.