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Africa | Mursi tribe headpiece. Ethiopia | Leather, warthog tusks, iron and alluminium | The Mursi create beautiful ornaments with just about anything that they find in their natural surrroundings. This warthog 'crown' would be worn by a man as a symbol of status and bravery and women would wear it to enhance their beauty. | ca. 1950s.

Africa | Mursi tribe headpiece. Ethiopia | Leather, warthog tusks, iron and alluminium | The Mursi create beautiful ornaments with just about anything that they find in their natural surrroundings. This warthog 'crown' would be worn by a man as a symbol of status and bravery and women would wear it to enhance their beauty. | ca. 1950s.

Africa | Mursi tribe headpiece. Ethiopia | Leather, warthog tusks, iron and alluminium | The Mursi create beautiful ornaments with just about anything that they find in their natural surrroundings. This warthog 'crown' would be worn by a man as a symbol of status and bravery and women would wear it to enhance their beauty. | ca. 1950s.

Africa | Mursi tribe headpiece. Ethiopia | Leather, warthog tusks, iron and alluminium | The Mursi create beautiful ornaments with just about anything that they find in their natural surrroundings. This warthog 'crown' would be worn by a man as a symbol of status and bravery and women would wear it to enhance their beauty. | ca. 1950s.

Africa | Mursi tribe headpiece. Ethiopia | Leather, warthog tusks, iron and alluminium | The Mursi create beautiful ornaments with just about anything that they find in their natural surrroundings. This warthog 'crown' would be worn by a man as a symbol of status and bravery and women would wear it to enhance their beauty.

Africa | Mursi tribe headpiece. Ethiopia | Leather, warthog tusks, iron and alluminium | The Mursi create beautiful ornaments with just about anything that they find in their natural surrroundings. This warthog 'crown' would be worn by a man as a symbol of status and bravery and women would wear it to enhance their beauty.

Detail of a belt from the Kuba people of DR Congo, Africa. Glass beads, shells, leather, natural fiber.

六本木の国立新美術館で開催中の「イメージの力―国立民族学博物館コレクションにさぐる」[LINK]、渾身のおすすめです!はいっていきなりの等身大?のこのお面...

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ホントに素人?! オモ族のファッションが独創的でレベル高すぎて信じがたいレベル

ハンス・シルヴェスターさんはエチオピアに住むスルマ族とムルシ族の人々を撮影しています。タイトルの「Natural Fashion」とはその部族の人々が植物やボディペイントなどを施し頭部などを装飾しているファッションナブルな姿を撮影しているからです。

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