Minganji masqueraders from the Pende peoples near Gungu, Democratic Republic of Congo, 1970. | Photo courtesy of Eliot, Elisofon and The National Museum of African Art, Washington, D.C.

Democratic Republic of Congo, 1970 / photo courtesy of Eliot, Elisofon and The National Museum of African Art

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Yaka masquerade for initiation ceremony, near Kasongo Lunda, Zaire (now D.Congo), 1951 Plus

Africa | A Mende person wears the costume of the female demon "Sowei" in Sierra Leone | Image and caption © Charles & Josette Lenars

Mende costume of female demon Sowei, Sierra Leone, Africa image: Charles & Josette Lenars

Africa | Ekpo Masquerader. Nturi, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. 2005 | ©Eli Bentor

Africa | Ekpo Masquerader. Nturi, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. 2005 | ©Eli Bentor

This is more factual than folks would like to believe, Read the Book of Revelation, or Apocalypse, it talks about the Creatures Covered with Eyes.

strange conceptual art work or weird and freaky halloween costume , I dont know but the eyes have it really odd stuff MMPR monsters: See Monster

Africa | A man in costume prepares to perform the part of the old man in an African initiation ceremony, border between Angola and Zambia. | Image and caption © Charles & Josette Lenars

A man in costume prepares to perform the part of the old man in an African initiation ceremony, border between Angola and Zambia.

Danzatore scheletro tibetano, foto del 1925 di Joseph Rock

A Tibetan skeleton dancer, taken in 1925 by Joseph Rock....

Post with 46 votes and 3700 views. A Tibetan skeleton dancer, taken in 1925 by Joseph Rock.

Malcolm Kirk, photo, 'Mudman' from Makehuku village, Asaro area, Eastern Highlands

Mudman from Makehuku village, Asaro area, Eastern Highlands. Man As Art - Malcolm Kirk: Photographs

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Straw bears are driven through the streets of Heldra, Germany. Winter is traditionally driven out with the straw bears in the village on the river Werra on Ash Wednesday.

West African Masquerade Photographs by Phyllis Galembo inspiration

West African Masquerade - Photographs by Phyllis Galembo

Baby Dance of Etikpe, Cross River, Nigeria photo: Phyllis Galembo West African Masquerade, Tang Museum

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Senufo Wanyugo Fire Spitter Mask, masked performers dance around the cadaver at funerals of important male and female elders of the powerful Poro society, an association found among the Senufo people in Côte d’Ivoire. “They beat drums that have been place

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