In honour of Ghana's independence of 1957, this design embraces the colours of the flag (originally designed by Theodosia Okoh).
The colours represent.
Red: represents the blood of those who died in the country's struggle for independence.
Gold: Represents the mineral wealth of the country
Green: Symbolises the country's rich forests and natural wealth
Black: The black star (the star is not included, but the colour represents this meaning) is the symbol of African emancipation
The design also embraces the Ga Samai collection as a representation of lessons in life. Inspiration has been drawn from the Ghanaian cloth Kente, which is a woven textile worn by Royalty (Chiefs and Queen Mother) and special occasions.
- Paper: Giclee Hahnemühle 308gsm
- Ships unmounted and unframed 3-5 business days after payment clears
- Please allow extra time for international shipments
- A3 (11.7 x 16.5 inches)
Please note the colours in the actual print you receive may vary slightly from images on your monitor.