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Cristina García Rodero, Ancient Bear Mask worn during the Carnival in Bielsa (Pyrenees, Spain), undated

Cristina García Rodero, ancient Bear mask-cloak worn during the Carnival in Bielsa (Pyrenees, Spain) undated

Yakut Shaman - notice the metal attachments to the regalia. These aid the shaman to stay in rhythm and trance while drumming and dancing.

Yakut Shaman from Siberia - notice the metal attachments to the regalia. These aid the shaman to stay in rhythm and trance while drumming and dancing.

Tuva shaman by antufev, via Flickr

jesus-slippers: “ The Tuvans are a Turkic ethnic group living in southern Siberia. Alongside Tibetan Buddhism, Tuvans practice a traditional form of Tengrism - a religion based in shamanism, animism,.

S. M. Shirokogoroff

Shaman’s Costume Mongolia The National Museum of Mongolia “This is an elaborate shaman’s costume. The Caftan is of cotton with a woven geometrical pattern. The gown hanging over the chest has a nickel-plated brass mirror to ward off evil spirits.

My girlfriend and I are Mothmeister. We create Wounderland - a weird and wonderful universe. We portray anonymous, ugly masked creatures as a reaction against the dominant exhibitionism of the selfie culture and beauty standards marketed by the mass media.

Wounderland: Surreal World Of Imagination, Nightmares And Taxidermy

Belgium-based art duo Mothmeister create a bizarre and creepy portrait series titled "Antwerp" in which they dress up and pose with taxidermy animals.

90s Cyberpunk Portraiture // photo by Steve Pyke

Cyberpunk 1990 by Steve Pyke : Part I Steve Pyke MBE (b.

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Instagram Post by mothmeister (@mothmeister)

WEBSTA @ mothmeister - #mothmeister #taxidermy #wounderland #postmortemfairytales

Ket Shaman, Siberia

Reindeer shaman’s iron crown worn by the son of the shaman, Kellog Village 1976 I’ve found this photo in a fascinating article on Ket shamanism, which I highly recommend! It was originally published in Shaman, which is the journal of the International Soc

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