Perfectly unique the decorative Afroart Handmade Paper Picture Frame in 3 colourways and 2 sizes.
Because this versatile handmade Lokta paper frame is suitable for photos and drawings, it offers the flexibility to hang it in either direction. Additionally, it features decorative screen-printed patterns and two small cotton thread loops on the back for hanging.
At the heart of Afroart’s ethos is the empowerment of local artisans, particularly women, in vulnerable communities across Africa. These skilled individuals are the driving force behind the creation of their exquisite paper frames. By providing fair wages, safe working conditions, and opportunities for professional growth, Afroart ensures that every piece produced uplifts the lives of those who craft them.
What sets Afroart apart is their deep respect for the environment. Additionally, the paper used in their frames is sourced responsibly, often from recycled or renewable materials. This eco-conscious approach minimises the ecological footprint of their products.
Additionally, Afroart’s commitment extends to preserving traditional crafting techniques, fostering cultural heritage, and celebrating the diversity of African design. Each frame tells a story of tradition, culture, and artistry, connecting buyers to the rich tapestry of African creativity.
By choosing Afroart’s handmade paper frames, you not only adorn your space with beauty but also support a socially responsible and environmentally friendly approach to art and craftsmanship. It’s a conscious choice that makes a meaningful impact.
Small – Size: 18×21.5 cm Inner 10×13.5 cm
Medium – Size: 22×28 cm Inner 12×20 cm
WHY WE SOURCED THIS SUPPLIER
- Fair Trader values Afroart for its commitment to ethical craftsmanship, empowering marginalized communities in Africa through fair wages and safe working conditions.
- Afroart’s use of responsibly sourced materials and eco-friendly practices aligns with Fair Trader’s commitment to environmental sustainability.
- Afroart’s emphasis on preserving traditional crafting techniques and celebrating African cultural heritage resonates with Fair Trader’s mission to promote diverse and meaningful artisanal products.
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