A padlock motif on fabric produced by Ghana Textiles Printing represents the lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Look closely at the fabric produced in recent months by the brand Ghana Textiles Printing, and you’ll notice something unusual about the patterns: They’re padlocks, airplanes and keys.

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A padlock motif on fabric produced by Ghana Textiles Printing represents the lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Courtesy of Ghana Textiles Printing

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