Storytelling is an integral part of our culture. Whether through song and dance, or art and language, finding ways to pass along the knowledge of the generations before us have always kept our culture alive.
This design nods to the array of patterns found in Bògòlanfini, a traditional Malian textile dating back centuries where fermented mud is used to dye cloth. The geometric symbols of Bògòlanfini were commonly used to communicate tribal narratives, passing culture down from generation to generation.
Afro Pick Details:
- Salon grade sandalwood
- Smooth, round tips for comfort
- Thicker, wider teeth for detangling and smoothing
- Comfortable grip with a hole to hang your pick if needed
- For best results, rub a high quality hair oil on pick before use
- Wood grain may vary