Seeds Cradle Wall Hanging in Orange
Our Seeds collection is part resistance cry and part celebration of what is ours.
In Lulu’s graphic recording work, she’s listened in on several conversations where women spoke about capitalism destroying indigenous lands and everything that they sustain.
Plants that are used for medicine, plants that are used for food. And with the destruction of these, culture is eroded.
There are so many inspiring stories of resistance. Small triumphs that remind us that IT MATTERS to fight for what you believe in. It matters to fight for what is yours.
All around the world, we see women being the custodians of nature and the custodians of culture. Hence the woman in this picture, cradling this tiny but mighty seed.
Sewn and sewn printed by hand on natural canvas by Imani Collective in Mombasa, Kenya. Imani Collective is a leading ethical impact organisation comprised of over 130 empowered artisans.
• Natural canvas
• Poplar dowel rod and cotton thread sourced from Kenya
• Canvas: “21” by “17.3”
• Total hanging length : “23”
• Dowel : “19”