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Amina print by Dorcas Magbadelo

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This bold graphic print by Dorcas Magbadelo is inspired by Yoruba àdìre, an indigo dyed textile from Nigeria which features in the exhibition Africa Fashion. UK-based creative Dorcas Magbadelo uses bold colours and patterns in her work, taking inspiration from elements of her Nigerian heritage to create powerful and striking illustrations that capture the joy of Black womanhood.


Artwork by Dorcas Magbadelo / DorcasCreates


Created exclusively for the V&A.


Dorcas Magbadelo


A3 size (dimensions 297mm x 420mm)


Giclée printed on 250gsm fine art paper

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About the exhibition

Africa Fashion

Spanning iconic mid-20th century to contemporary creatives through photographs, textiles, music and the visual arts, Africa Fashion explored the vitality and global impact of a fashion scene as dynamic and varied as the continent itself.