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Olaro, Boja, Gasho & Goba Karo Tribe Korcho Village, Omo Valley, Ethiopia, 2011

Olaro, Boja, Gasho & Goba Korcho Village Omo Valley, Ethiopia, 2011 Available in 74 x 62 cm Total edition of 19

Il colore e' poesia dell'anima

Faces of Africa, Ethiopia 2011 © Mario Marino

people from the omo valley  hans silvester

Photographer Hans Silvester has spent a great deal of time documenting such wildly imaginative adornments and body painting among the nomadic tribes of Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, whose traditions have been maintained for thousands of years.

Teniamo quello che vale la pena di tenere e poi, con il fiato della gentilezza, soffiamo via il...

Young men take the form of Hindu gods Ram and Laxman, in Bombay, India Adele Copenhaver

Space Ghetto – Page 2

An exploration of everyday and ceremonial nudity from traditional and cultural life around the world.


Kalam people of Papua New Guinea

Scarificazione molto complessa (che necessitava di più interventi nel tempo) su fronte e mento (Boko, Congo Belga)

Belgium Congo scarification from Pierre Loos Collection

Before they pass away – Indigenous Peoples Photographer Jimmy Nelson Feature

"The nomadic Mursi tribe of Ethiopia lives in the lower area of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. The Mursi are famous for their stick-fighting ceremony and Mursi women are known all over the world for wearing clay plates in their lower lips.


Ethnic Nomad Exotic and African Decor and Style / Kuba king, Congo.

-Drokpa, India e Pakistan. Jimmy Nelson (Pictures BV)  Internazionale » Popoli dimenticati

Disappearing tribes Credit: Jimmy Nelson Drokpa, India/Pakistan: Around Drokpas live in three villages in the Dha-Hanu valley of Ladakh, .