Vitiligo is art. If some of you don't know, I have vitiligo. I am becoming more and more proud of my skin as the days go on<<OMG I swear all of my life I've been attracted to vitiligo because it's so pretty to me
Part of the IMPRINT project by NINA WARMERDAM."For the IMPRINT project I create a new pattern every 48 hours. It is a way for me to do what I love and at the same time push myself to keep discovering new techniques and stay innovative."For more inform&
In the isolated and fertile volcanic valley of the Omo region of Ethiopia, the soil provides the people with an array of pigments for body decoration: red ochre, white kaolin, copper green, and yellow or light gray ash. Photos by Hans Sylvester
Extreme personal adornment as created by the people of the Omo Valley of Southern Ethiopia. Hans Silvester has brought these incredible people to the world's attention with a book entitled Natural Fashion: Tribal Decoration from Africa
Stilts have been around for thousands of years. Believed to have originated in China to traverse through flooded land. They are also used to celebrate the receding floods using colourful costumes, singing and dancing.