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Tribal women

Collection by Courtney Morris

Courtney Morris
Obi with Waves Period: Meiji period Culture: Japan Medium: Silk and metallic thread double cloth (fûtsû by rachelpp Japanese Textiles, Japanese Patterns, Japanese Prints, Japanese Design, Japanese Waves, Doodle Drawing, Art Chinois, Stoff Design, Art Asiatique

Obi with Stylized Waves | Japan | Meiji period (1868–1912) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dramatic waves rendered in gold and silver metallic threads and white and greenish blue silk crash and splash all over the surface of this obi. It is woven in a double-cloth weave that was very popular for obis in the Meiji period

sandylamu: “Omo Valley Ethiopia Photo Jimmy Nelson original in colour ” African Tribes, African Art, African Empires, Tribal African, We Are The World, People Around The World, Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful People, Jimmy Nelson

Omo Delta

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A tattooed woman in Myanmar (Burma). The practice of tattooing the faces of women in the Chin state has now come to an end, with only a few last remaining generations of tattooed ladies existing today Face Tattoos, Spine Tattoos, Sleeve Tattoos, Shoulder Tattoos, Camera Tattoos, Dragon Tattoos, Ankle Tattoos, Arrow Tattoos, Portraits

Tattooed Face Lady 1

Tattooing the faces of young women is a tradition that after many centuries in Myanmar has now come to an end. Beautiful girls from villages in the Chin state had their faces tattooed in order to taint their beauty and stop men from other tribes and kingdoms unwillingly taking them away and forcing them to marry. Now the practice has come to an end, with only a few last remaining generations of tattooed ladies existing today.

Tony Foard Raku fired with a textured surface finished with patinated silver leaf African American Art, African Art, African Women, African Prints, African Style, African Fabric, Sculptures Céramiques, Sculpture Art, Bronze Sculpture

Cecilia Colman Gallery

The Cecilia Colman Gallery specialises in unique, hand made modern glass and ceramics as well as unusual and exquisite pieces crafted from metal and wood.

Africa, Young Suri boys by the Kibish River, South Omo, Ethiopia ~ Photo by Dietmar Temps We Are The World, People Around The World, Wonders Of The World, Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful World, Beautiful People, African Tribes, African Art, African Safari

Ethiopian Tribes, Suri

Ethiopia, tribes, Surma, Suri people Young boys seen by the Kibish river near the village Kibish. When you visit the Surma area you probably follow the road from Tum to Koka and Tulgit and finally Kibish. Most of the tourists are going directly to Kibish, which is the biggest settlement in the area with a police station, a tourist office, two small restaurants, some shops, and, if you are very lucky, a cold beer. Around Koka, Tulgit and Kibish there are many small Suri villages which can be…

Nelson visited the African tribes during five trips to the continent. He says that the Kenyan Samburu are more traditional than the Maasai and more independent and egalitarian. From the series: Before they pass away by Jimmy Nelson Cultures Du Monde, World Cultures, African Tribes, African Art, Tribal African, Tribu Masai, Jimmy Nelson, Moda Afro, Tribal People

See These Heartbreaking Photos Of The World’s Disappearing Cultures, Before They Fade Away

In the new book Before They Pass Away, photographer Jimmy Nelson has captured a series of gorgeous pictures of 31 remote cultures that are on the verge of disappearing.

use 'cloth-to-cloth' fabric weaving-- make something like a kilim. inspiration: Detail from a Kente cloth from the Ewe people of Ghana, century, Silk and Cotton, British Museum, London Textile Texture, Textile Fabrics, Textile Patterns, Print Patterns, Floral Patterns, Fabric Art, Fabric Design, Pattern Design, Aztec Fabric

Living Tradition | American Craft Council

Africa | Detail from a Kente prestige cloth from the Ewe people of Ghana | 19th century | Silk and Cotton | In the collection of the British Museum, London

Japanese Obi Art 1950 featuring gorgeous flowers on wave pattern. Japanese Textiles, Japanese Patterns, Japanese Fabric, Japanese Prints, Japanese Design, Textile Patterns, Textile Art, Print Patterns, Motif Floral

No Ones Nemesis

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, a little bit of me and a little...

African Pattern design Inspiration, Beautiful African Textile Designs from African Fabric House African Motifs Textiles, Textile Patterns, Textile Prints, Print Patterns, Print Fabrics, Floral Patterns, African Design, African Art, African Prints

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African Fabric House is based in Uganda, East Africa and is passionate in its love both of fabric and Africa which is reflected in their carefully curated

Bedouin Woman, Sinai, Egypt Travel and Photography from around the world. Cultures Du Monde, World Cultures, Niqab, Beautiful World, Beautiful People, Arab World, Vogue, Cultural Diversity, People Around The World

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Woman from Lombok, Indonesia / portraits / faces of the world We Are The World, People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Beautiful World, Beautiful People, Hello Beautiful, Beautiful Children, Eric Lafforgue, Beauty Around The World

Young girl with flower in the hair, Lombok, Indonesia

Lombok, Indonesia © Eric Lafforgue www.ericlafforgue.com

A Geisha in Kyoto, Japan Japanese Beauty, Japanese Girl, Asian Beauty, We Are The World, People Of The World, Yukata, Japan Kultur, Memoirs Of A Geisha, Art Japonais


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