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Kikuyu Cushion Collection

Introducing the enchanting Kikuyu collection of cushions from Media Storehouse. Each piece showcases the rich cultural heritage of Kenya, Africa, with intricate designs inspired by the vibrant Kikuyu tribe. Handcrafted with care, these cushions are adorned with traditional motifs and bold colors, adding a touch of exotic charm to any living space. Indulge in the beauty and history of this captivating collection and bring a piece of Africa into your home.

Kikuyu is a Bantu ethnic group from Kenya, Africa, and are the largest ethnic group in Kenya and make up about 22% of the population

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24 Cushions

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: 20076394

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KENYA Agriculture Harvested coffee beans laid out to dry in the sun on raised platforms on Kikuyu owned farm with workers in-between.East AfricaKenyas largest ethnic group

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Kenya, Kiambu, Kikuyu

Kenya, Kiambu, Kikuyu. The Church of the Torch near Kikuyu is the oldest Presbyterian church in East Africa. The first service was held there in 28th January 1909

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Kenya, Kiambu, Kikuyu

Kenya, Kiambu, Kikuyu. One of the stained glass windows in the Church of the Torch near Kikuyu depicts Jesus and his flock of Kikuyu women and children in traditional attire

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Kenya, Kiambu, Kikuyu

Kenya, Kiambu, Kikuyu. One of the stained glass windows in the Church of the Torch near Kikuyu depicts Jesus and his flock of Kikuyu women and children in traditional attire

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: An old Kikuyu lady picks coffee Taken in the 1960 s

An old Kikuyu lady picks coffee Taken in the 1960 s, this photograph depicts a traditional form of dress and ear ornaments among Kikuyu women, which has completely disappeared

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Kikuyu Women, Kenya

Kikuyu Women, Kenya (British East Africa) Date: circa 1910s

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Figurine (clay, beads & metal)

Figurine (clay, beads & metal)
622536 Figurine (clay, beads & metal) by African School; 15.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Kenyan, possibly Kikuyu.); © Michael Graham-Stewart

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: 1940s East Africa - Kikuyu children Kenya

1940s East Africa - Kikuyu children Kenya Photograph by a British army recruitment officer stationed in East Africa and the Middle East during World War II

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Kikuyu couple in the forest, Kenya, East Africa

Kikuyu couple in the forest, Kenya, East Africa
Kikuyu couple in the forest, Kenya (then a British colony), East Africa -- the plume on the end of the warriors spear shows his peaceful intentions

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Native fashions of Kenya, East Africa

Native fashions of Kenya, East Africa
Native fashions of Kenya (then a British colony), East Africa -- a Kikuyu man of the Nairobi district (top left) with a stretched earlobe; a Masai man (top right)

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: 20076395

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KENYA Agriculture Harvested coffee beans laid out to dry in the sun on raised platforms on Kikuyu owned farm with workers in-between.East AfricaKenyas largest ethnic group

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Kenya Colony Rift Valley en route Nairobi Kikuyu girl

Kenya Colony Rift Valley en route Nairobi Kikuyu girl
Kenya Colony. Rift Valley and en route to Nairobi. Kikuyu girl on road to Nairobi. 1936, Kenya

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Man of the Kikuyu tribe - Kenya, East Africa

Man of the Kikuyu tribe - Kenya, East Africa Date: 1934

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Kikuyu Warriors - Kenya, East Africa

Kikuyu Warriors - Kenya, East Africa
Kikuyu tribal Warriors - Kenya, East Africa. They form the largest ethnic group in Kenya and speak the Bantu Kikuyu language as a mother tongue. Date: circa 1909

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Kenya - Kikuyu

Kenya - Kikuyu
An old Kikuyu Chief - Kenya, East Africa. The President of the United States Barack Obamas Grandfather was alledgedly imprisoned as a Mau Mau guerilla (dominated by the Kikuyu)

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Kikuyu Warrior - Kenya, East Africa

Kikuyu Warrior - Kenya, East Africa Date: circa 1910s

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: 1940s East Africa - Kikuyu children Kenya

1940s East Africa - Kikuyu children Kenya Photograph by a British army recruitment officer stationed in East Africa and the Middle East during World War II

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: 1940s East Africa - Kikuyu children Kenya

1940s East Africa - Kikuyu children Kenya Photograph by a British army recruitment officer stationed in East Africa and the Middle East during World War II

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Men from the Lancashire Fusiliers, based up country at Fort Hall in the Kikuyu reserve

Men from the Lancashire Fusiliers, based up country at Fort Hall in the Kikuyu reserve on their first anti Mau-Mau patrol in a forest that the Kikuya believe to be sacred 1952 The Kikuya tribe live

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: A Kikuyu warrior, Kenya, 1936. Artist: Martin Johnson

A Kikuyu warrior, Kenya, 1936. Artist: Martin Johnson
A Kikuyu warrior, Kenya, 1936. From Peoples of the World in Pictures, edited by Harold Wheeler, published by Odhams Press Ltd (London, 1936)

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: A Young man of the Kenyan Kikuyu Tribe, East Africa

A Young man of the Kenyan Kikuyu Tribe, East Africa. They form the largest ethnic group in Kenya and speak the Bantu Kikuyu language as a mother tongue. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Kikuyu Hut - Kenya

Kikuyu Hut - Kenya Date: 1920s

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Kikuyu warrior wearing headress made of Helmeted Guineafowl feathers Tomson Falls Kenya

Kikuyu warrior wearing headress made of Helmeted Guineafowl feathers Tomson Falls Kenya

Background imageKikuyu Cushion Collection: Tea gardens owned by Kikuyu smallholders near the Aberdare Mountains

Tea gardens owned by Kikuyu smallholders near the Aberdare Mountains, Tuso, Kenya


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Kikuyu Cushion Collection

Kikuyu is a Bantu ethnic group from Kenya, Africa, and are the largest ethnic group in Kenya and make up about 22% of the population. They can traditionally farmers and pastoralists who live in Central Province of Kenya. They speak the Kikuyu language, which is part of the Niger-Congo language family. The Kikuyu people have a rich cultural heritage that includes traditional music, dance, storytelling and art forms such as pottery and basketry. Their traditional religion is based on ancestor worship and belief in a Supreme Being called Ngai or Mwene Nyaga. In modern times, many Kikuyus have adopted Christianity as their primary religion while still maintaining their traditional beliefs and practices. Education has been highly valued by the Kikuyus since colonial times when they were among the first African groups to embrace formal education as a way to improve their lives economically and socially.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Kikuyu collection from Media Storehouse showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Kikuyu people, one of Kenya's largest ethnic groups. Our collection features a range of wall art and framed prints that capture the essence of their traditional way of life, including their customs, beliefs, and practices. The images in our collection are sourced from various photographers who have captured the beauty and diversity of the Kikuyu people over time. From portraits to landscapes, each piece offers a unique glimpse into their vibrant culture. Some notable pieces include photographs depicting traditional ceremonies such as weddings and initiation rites, as well as images showcasing daily life activities like farming and weaving. These artworks provide an opportunity for viewers to learn more about this fascinating community while adding a touch of African flair to any space. The Kikuyu collection is a celebration of Africa's diverse cultures and serves as a reminder that there is much beauty to be found in our differences.
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What are Kikuyu (Kenya Africa) art prints?

Kikuyu art prints are a form of traditional African artwork originating from the Kikuyu tribe in Kenya. These prints often feature intricate designs and patterns, with bold colors and geometric shapes that reflect the cultural heritage of this indigenous group. The Kikuyu people have a rich artistic tradition that includes woodcarving, pottery, basket weaving, and other crafts. Kikuyu art prints are popular among collectors and enthusiasts who appreciate their unique aesthetic qualities as well as their historical significance. They can be used to decorate homes or offices, adding a touch of exoticism to any space. We offer a wide selection of Kikuyu art prints in various sizes and formats, including canvas wraps, framed prints, and posters. Whether you're looking for an eye-catching piece of wall decor or simply want to explore the beauty of African culture through art, Kikuyu art prints are an excellent choice. With their vibrant colors and intricate details, these pieces offer a glimpse into one of Africa's most fascinating cultures.
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What Kikuyu (Kenya Africa) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Kikuyu art prints that showcase the rich cultural heritage of Kenya. These prints feature traditional motifs and designs that are unique to the Kikuyu people, including intricate patterns, bold colors, and striking imagery. Some popular options include paintings of wildlife such as lions, elephants, and giraffes in their natural habitats; depictions of tribal ceremonies and rituals; and portraits of notable figures from Kikuyu history. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your home or office or simply want to add some African flair to your decor, we have something for everyone. With high-quality printing techniques and premium materials used in every print, you can be sure that your purchase will last for years to come. So why not explore our collection today and discover the beauty of Kikuyu art?
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How do I buy Kikuyu (Kenya Africa) art prints?

To buy Kikuyu art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of African art online. Once you have found a print that you like, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before finalizing the purchase. We offer a wide range of Kikuyu art prints in various sizes and styles, so you are sure to find something that suits your taste and budget. Whether you are looking for traditional paintings or contemporary digital designs, there is something for everyone. When buying Kikuyu art prints from Media Storehouse, it is important to note that they are intended for personal use only and should not be used commercially without permission. Additionally, while shipping times may vary depending on your location, rest assured that all orders will be carefully packaged and delivered safely to your doorstep.
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How much do Kikuyu (Kenya Africa) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Kikuyu art prints from Kenya, Africa. The cost of these prints varies depending on the size and type of print you choose. We have a variety of options available including canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints. Our Kikuyu art prints are created using high-quality materials to ensure that they last for years to come. Each print is carefully crafted by skilled artisans who take pride in their work. We believe that our Kikuyu art prints are an excellent way to add some culture and beauty to your home or office space. They make great gifts for friends and family members who appreciate African art. If you're interested in purchasing one of our Kikuyu art prints, please visit our website or contact us directly for more information about pricing and availability.
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How will my Kikuyu (Kenya Africa) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Kikuyu art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your print arrives in perfect condition. Your print will be carefully rolled and placed into a sturdy cardboard tube for protection during transit. We work with trusted shipping partners who are experienced in handling delicate items like art prints. Once your order is processed, we will provide you with tracking information so that you can keep track of its progress until it reaches your doorstep. Our goal is to make sure that you receive your Kikuyu art print as quickly and safely as possible. If there are any issues or concerns with the delivery process, please don't hesitate to contact our customer service team who will be happy to assist you.