Peru | Shipibo Indian woman with face paintings in a village on the Ucayali river. 1962. | ©Thomas Hoepker

(Peru) Shipibo Indian woman with face paintings in a village on the Ucayali river. The Shipibo community consists of about people. Presently, Shipibo people speak Spanish, along with their native language.

Mask (Ngady Amwaash) Kuba Kasai region Democratic Republic of Congo Late 19th - mid-20th century CE Wood pigment glass beads cowrie shells f...

Mask (Ngady Amwaash) Kuba Kasai region Democratic Republic of Congo Late - century CE Wood pigment glass beads cowrie shells fabric and string

Turkana woman. Loiyangalani, Kenya | © Eric Lafforgue

reginasworld: “ Eric Lafforgue: Woman at Turkana Lake Festival, Loiyangalani, Kenya Turkana tribe woman.

The cutest Yupik Eskimo/Athabaskan Indian wearing traditional Yupik clothing used for Eskimo dancing. - Imgur

Yup'ik Eskimo / Athabaskan dancer - My guess is that this was in Alaska, then.

Representación del espíritu de Ketermen o recién nacido hijo de Hálpen. Iniciación adolescente Hain. Representation of the spirit or Keternen or Xálpen newborn son. Hain ceremony (initiation of adolescents). Pueblo Selk'nam (Onas). Foto: Martin Gusinde, 1923.

Selknam People during the Hain Ceremony in Tierra Del Fuego. Photo by German priest and anthropologist Martin Gusinde,

Cylindrical vessel with sacrificial scene Guatemala or Mexico Maya Late Classic Period 600-850 CE Ceramic Dallas Museum of Art,Dallas,Texas

Cylindrical vessel with sacrificial scene Guatemala or Mexico Maya Late Classic Period CE Ceramic Dallas Museum of Art,Dallas,Texas

Selk'nam hoodie

The selknam were a Patagonian paleolitic tribe that went extinct last century. They had such cool body paint. If interested I have an entire other board dedicated to them.

La ceremonia del Hain. Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de E. Lucas Bridges. 1914. En: “Fueguinos. Fotografías Siglos XIX y XX. Imágenes e Imaginarios del Fin del Mundo.”Margarita Alvarado, Carolina Odone, Pedro Mege. Editorial Pehuén. S/F.

FCBTC / For seven thousand years, the Selk’nam, Yamana and Kawésqar people inhabited the forbidding archipelago of Southern Patagonia.

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