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Inuit man - circa 1920 — with Richard Adams.

Inuit man - circa 1920 — with Richard Adams.

Boots: Het naast elkaar plaatsen van lichte en donkere delen van bont en het invoegen van een wol kleuren tussen de naden tonen het talent en de esthetische zin van de naaister. De borstelharen van de zool berenvel punt naar voren te verzetten tegen de sneeuw en uitglijden op hellingen te voorkomen.

Boots: Het naast elkaar plaatsen van lichte en donkere delen van bont en het invoegen van een wol kleuren tussen de naden tonen het talent en de esthetische zin van de naaister. De borstelharen van de zool berenvel punt naar voren te verzetten tegen de sneeuw en uitglijden op hellingen te voorkomen.

MELANESIA: Ceremonial Men's House, Papua, New Guinea. he ceremonial Men's House is the sacred dwelling of the initiated men and of the spirits. This kind of building is found in many cultures of Oceania, but those of the Middle Sepik are the most elaborate from an aesthetic viewpoint. Called tambaran, these constructions can reach 25 metres in length and exceed 18 metres in height.

MELANESIA: Ceremonial Men's House, Papua, New Guinea. he ceremonial Men's House is the sacred dwelling of the initiated men and of the spirits. This kind of building is found in many cultures of Oceania, but those of the Middle Sepik are the most elaborate from an aesthetic viewpoint. Called tambaran, these constructions can reach 25 metres in length and exceed 18 metres in height.

INUIT Igluvijaq at Kitikmeot. Igluvijait (snow iglus) are traditionally associated with people of Canada's Central Arctic and Greenland's Thule area. Other Inuit people tended to use snow to insulate their houses, which were constructed from whalebone and hides.

INUIT Igluvijaq at Kitikmeot. Igluvijait (snow iglus) are traditionally associated with people of Canada's Central Arctic and Greenland's Thule area. Other Inuit people tended to use snow to insulate their houses, which were constructed from whalebone and hides.

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Samburu, Kenya . Le foto stupefacenti delle tribù più isolate al mondo prima che scompaiano per sempre | Pagine Verdi - Blog

Samburu, Kenya . Le foto stupefacenti delle tribù più isolate al mondo prima che scompaiano per sempre | Pagine Verdi - Blog

Inuit women, 1903, Cape Fullerton, Northwest Territories (now Nunavut).

Inuit women, 1903, Cape Fullerton, Northwest Territories (now Nunavut).

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