In the west of the African continent, we come across a small village, which it would not be an exaggeration to say is hand-painted. The reason is Tiébélé, located in Burkina Faso, one of the most isolated countries in the world. The facades of the buildings in the circular settlement are decorated by community members with geometric shapes, symbols of local folklore, turning the town into a living canvas of clay and history. With hundreds of years of history, the settlement is developed on just three acres. The designs on the windowless houses define the social status of each family. That of the royal family has much more detailed designs and the door is too small for more protection. Tiébélé is undoubtedly a very special destination for travelers to the black continent.