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Paracas Narrow Tunic, probably Ococaje, ca. 200 B.C. - A.D. 200. Peru
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Paracas Narrow Tunic, probably Ococaje, ca.

Paracas Narrow Tunic, probably Ococaje, ca. 200 B.C. - A.D. 200. Peru

Paracas Narrow Tunic, probably Ococaje, ca. 200 B.C. - A.D. 200. Peru
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Pre-Columbian Inca Textile, Peru, circa: 1500. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu," short stories and folk tales that involve the meaning in people's lives of Peruvian Inca weavings today.
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Pre-Columbian Inca Textile, Peru, circa: 1500. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu," short stories and folk tales that involve the meaning in people's lives of Peruvian Inca weavings today.

Pre-Columbian Inca Textile, Peru, circa: 1500. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu," short stories and folk tales that  involve the meaning in people's lives of Peruvian Inca weavings today.
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The textiles and embroidery of the Shipibo tribe, all crafted by women, contain recursive and self-reflective motifs, including geometric configurations common to those generated computationally by iterative functions. A characteristic recurring visual system found in the textiles are the bilaterally generated cellular patterns containing space-filling curves.
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The textiles and embroidery of the Shipibo tribe, all crafted by women, contain recursive and self-reflective motifs, including geometric configurations common to those generated computationally by iterative functions. A characteristic recurring visual system found in the textiles are the bilaterally generated cellular patterns containing space-filling curves.

The textiles and embroidery of the Shipibo tribe, all crafted by women, contain recursive and self-reflective motifs, including geometric configurations common to those generated computationally by iterative functions. A characteristic recurring visual system found in the textiles are the bilaterally generated cellular patterns containing space-filling curves.
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textile-museum: “ • Tunic, Peru, Huari Style, ca. 850-950. L: 210.00 cm, W: 59.00 cm. TM 91.351. Acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1941. ”

textile-museum: Tunic, Peru, Huari Style, ca. TM Acquired by George Hewitt Myers in

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The Shipibo people are native to the Peruvian Amazon. Traditionally, the women create these beautiful hand embroidered textiles depicting visions experienced in ceremony with Ayahuasca Shaman.

The Shipibo people are native to the Peruvian Amazon. Traditionally, the women create these beautiful hand embroidered textiles depicting visions experienced in ceremony with Ayahuasca Shaman.

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Shipibo - why is this going on quilt concepts? Someone is trying to figure out how to design a quilt based on Peruvian Shipibo designs. See my quilt concepts board to see my progress. It is happening.

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