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GW APPAREL - Is a unique brand with a powerful message to raise the consciousness of our people. GW Apparel clothing that speaks to uplift and unify all people in order to move towards a collective consciousness. We live by the motto " Be thyself, Love thyself and Know thyself ".
Established in 2017 to help fund community activist programs and online educational platform for our youth. GW Apparel creates generational wealth for our family. Our family consist of those who supported us from the beginning and are apart of the Untitled Production Team.
What are adinkra symbols?
This symbol of nurturing and discipline represents the ideal nature of parents, being both protective and corrective. An exhortation to nurture children, but a warning not to pamper them.
This symbol of humility together with strength. The ram will fight fiercely against an adversary, but it also submits humbly to slaughter, emphasizing that even the strong need to be humble.
This symbol of friendship and interdependence. The
teeth and the tongue play interdependent roles in the mouth. They may come into conflict, but they need to work together.
This is the symbol of bravery and valor “This symbol is said to be a special hairstyle of Kwatakye, a war captain of old Asante. The symbol has come to represent bravery and fearlessness.
This is the symbol of the supremacy of God. This unique and beautiful symbol is ubiquitous in Ghana. It is by far the most popular for use in decoration, a reflection on the deeply religious character of the Ghanaian people.
This is the symbol of hardiness, toughness, and perseverance, the seed of the Wawa tree is extremely hard. In Akan culture, it is a symbol of someone who is strong and tough. It inspires the individual to persevere through hardship.
This is the symbol of wisdom, ingenuity, intelligence, and patience
An especially revered symbol of the Akan, this symbol conveys the idea that “a wise person has the capacity to choose the best means to attain a goal. Being wise implies broad knowledge, learning and experience, and the ability to apply such faculties to practical ends.”