appetitefordecoration
appetitefordecoration
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matrixbotanica:

Bella Coola Indians
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matrixbotanica:

George Rodger
A junior moran (warrior) Keliani wearing the Olemasari feathered plume made of sun-dried bird skins.
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matrixbotanica:

Building a bonfire. Via (via)
There is something fascinating about a structure designed with the intent to destroy itself. An interesting twist on “form follow function;” the architecture of imminent demise.
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pinerosolanno:

Make Love, Not War
pinerosolanno:

Make Love, Not War
pinerosolanno:

Make Love, Not War
pinerosolanno:

Make Love, Not War
pinerosolanno:

Make Love, Not War
pinerosolanno:

Make Love, Not War
pinerosolanno:

Make Love, Not War
pinerosolanno:

Make Love, Not War
pinerosolanno:

Make Love, Not War
pinerosolanno:

Make Love, Not War
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artafrica:

Ancient Excavated Djenne glass beads, Mali
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matrixbotanica:

Hand-colored photo by Roland W. Reed, 1908
 
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matrixbotanica:

Edward S. Curtis, Cowichan (Masked Dancer), Vancouver Island, c. 1913.
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matrixbotanica:

A young Egyptian woman.

Postcard, Egypt. 
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'Trace' is a manmade interpretation of geological phenomena / strata. It is comprised of surplus materials from plaster casts and sculptures collected over time. A trace of other peoples work existing in the piece, echoing the trace of man in the universe.