A commemorative piece celebrating women. Uthumbu means the last child in isiZulu, and 'Wendalo' translates as, that of nature. The title plays around the Adam & Eve allegory of a woman being made from a man's rib .
The artwork references a woman wearing a headwrap that takes the form of a fist as it twirls, a symbol of strength, rebellion & resistance in a highly patriarchal world.
Available for purchase as an art print, the piece will be applied on a variety of products from fashion to lifestyle accesories. For inquiries email: email@example.com.
“Wathint abafazi, Wathint imbokodo.”