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totem Canadian first cultures

Africa | Antelope dance crest "tjiwara" from the Bamana people of Mali | Wood, dark brown patina

Antelope dance crest (tjiwara), Bamana, Mali Attached to hat to be worn on the head of the dancer

Juju suit, from 1912. Meinhof, Carl. Afrikanische Religionen: Hamburgische Vorträge

D May African "Juju costume". Image taken from a lecture given by Carl Meinhof on African Religion in Hamburg, Shaman, ritual, costume

America, Paris, In French, Transportation, Shape, Essen, Usa

Totem pole by Chief Tony Hunt of the Kwakiutl Read more about the history of totem poles and their meaning here:http://traditionalnativehealing.com/native-american-totem-poles

A teen must resort to extreme measures to protect her family from a supernatural entity.



Памятник Безымянным прохожим во Вроцлаве, Польша.

monument of anonymous passerby, Wroclaw, Pologne

by Cyril Rahmatullin

Cat in tree sculpture by Cyril Rahmatullin

The organizing committee of the 1939 New York World’s Fair commissioned Augusta Savage’s 16-foot-tall painted plaster sculpture, Lift Every Voice and Sing, to be displayed on the fairgrounds. Savage titled the piece after James Weldon and Rosamund Johnson’s song of the same name, a song so important in African-American communities that it was often called the “National Negro Anthem.”

"Lift Every Voice and Sing" sculpture designed by Harlem Renaissance artist Augusta Savage for 1939 World's Fair. As a temporary installation it was destroyed at close of fair.

amazing zulu basket :: "South Africa is famous for its tightly woven Zulu baskets. These hand woven African baskets are a true art form and are functional, beautiful and decorative as well as a testament to fine weaving skills. Zulu baskets are considered some of the most collectable baskets in the world. Master Zulu weavers are published and collected worldwide."

About African Zulu Baskets

I love this piece of urban art in Singapore.The bronze children look so life like. on The Owner-Builder Network  http://theownerbuildernetwork.com.au/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/urban-art/obn-3.jpg

People of the River by Chong Fah Cheong, Singapore. Known as one of the most creative statues in the world, this sculpture literally looks as if children are jumping into the river.

Alberto Giacometti

Alberto Giacometti

Sculpture de l'artiste Sow

Sculpture de l'artiste Sow

Door Art, Cape Town, South Africa. Photo by The-rambler via blog.travelpod.com

Door art in Cape Town, South Africa // African mask art

Quentin Garel

Quentin Garel in his studio