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Maschere di corda di Bertjan Pot

Dutch designer Bertjan Pot has a fascination for textiles and materials in…

fan of these awhile back, nice to see a collection photo: rope masks by BertJan Pot

Rope masks

SUR/FACE fan of these awhile back, nice to see a collection photo: rope masks by BertJan Pot

coeurdartishow - La réalisation de masques africains, ici en papier découpé et raphia. Les masques sont collés dans le carnet de voyages...

coeurdartishow - La réalisation de masques africains, ici en papier découpé et raphia. Les masques sont collés dans le carnet de voyages...

Contadores de histórias.

Tribal masks made from sweets! By Damien Poulain. Childish - therefore amazing.

"You pretend you're anything just to be adored."

'American Horror Story' Season 4 is going to be quite the freak show. Show creator Ryan Murphy announced that the highly anticipated carnival themed season has officially been named 'Freak Show'.

ancient african masks: gullu

African masks play an important role in the various cultures and tribes found throughout the African continent. Generally speaking, African masks are used in intricate religious ceremonies as a way to conjure or communicate with spirits or ancestors.

hushaby: Doing Hard Time in Shaker Heights: February Blahs

hushaby: Doing Hard Time in Shaker Heights: February Blahs

Art - Toilet Paper Rolls, Watercolour

Toilet Paper Roll Faces: The Creepiest (and arguably most CREATIVE!) use of a cardboard toilet paper roll ever!

Russian Artist Creates Surreal Photos To Illustrate Traditional Fairy Tales (Part 2)

Russian Artist Creates Surreal Photos To Illustrate Traditional Fairy Tales (Part 2)

Artist and photographer Uldus Bakhtiozina from St. Petersburg, Russia revamps the image of Russia's best-loved fairy-tale characters and symbols of Russian culture through her photo project, called RUSS LAND.

Africa | Minganji masqueraders from the Pende people.  Near Gungu, Democratic Republic of Congo. 1951 | ©Eliot Elisofon

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