Tag Archives: tribal

artruby:

HAITI: Not all masquerades require masks, or occur in Africa. In the Haitian port city of Jacmel three boys become Pa Wowo—painted, coconut-leaf-skirted peasants who personify poverty—for the spring carnival. 

From Phyllis Galembo: Maske

bernhard willhelm & jutta kraus

zeroing:

Samburu Warriors In New York

thizizit:

Marcel Lì Antúnez Roca

navarro

Mask of the creator-god Tezcatlipoca (“Smoking Mirror”)

Mexico 15th-16th AD

coilhouse

(via quam-nos-animadverto)

Trine Søndergaard - strude

Bashi-Bazouk Chieftain by Jean-Léon Gérôme 1869

Tibetan Princess 1878