Malcolm Kirk — Man as Art
Malcolm Kirk traveled to Papua New Guinea in 1967. He returned repeatedly during the ensuing 13 years, documenting the extraordinary tribal decorations he had observed on that initial trip.
I've been collecting pictures that I love into a slide show that plays on my computer when it goes into screen saver mode. It's nice to be able to look up from my drawing table and see images that keep me charged. It's made my computer become less of a stressful object and more of an inspiration machine. Collecting these images has made me realize just how floored I am by native ceremonial costumes from all over the world. The Asaro River People, New Guinea. Koskimo Dancer, North West Coast…
African Ceremonies on Instagram: ““Hundreds of kulu kulu feathers cascade down the back of the Kitenga mask. The mask traditionally dances at boys’ initiations and is…”
3,753 Likes, 65 Comments - African Ceremonies (@africanceremonies) on Instagram: ““Hundreds of kulu kulu feathers cascade down the back of the Kitenga mask. The mask traditionally…”