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Hans Silvester "Natural Fashion. Tribal Decoration from Africa".

Series of photographs by Hans Silvester documenting the extraordinary body painting of the Surma and Mursi peoples of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan.

Mongolia, Nomad tribal people

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Africa | Side profile of highly decorated Samburu Warrior. | © Douglas Steakley/Lonely Planet

The colors of Africa. The Samburu are a Nilotic people of north-central Kenya that are related to but distinct from the Maasai.

Photographs taken over the last five years by Hans Silvester, a German photographer, document the extraordinary body painting of the Surma and Mursi peoples of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia. Semi-nomadic warriors, they live primarily by keeping large herds of cattle; their only Western accessory seems to be the Kalashnikov rifles they trade with Sudanese tribes.

Extreme personal adornment as created by the people of the Omo Valley of Southern Ethiopia. Hans Silvester has brought these incredible people to the world's attention with a book entitled Natural Fashion: Tribal Decoration from Africa

「彼らがこの世から消えてしまう前に、その記録を世界に残しておきたい!」。イギリスのフォトグラファーJimmy Nelson氏は、2009年からプロジェクト『BEFORE THEY PASS AWAY』を開始。世界の少数民族の姿を写したハイクオリティな写真は、世界中の人々に今まで知り得なかった新しい世界を見せてくれる。彼らと寝食を共にしながら、撮影されたのが、ここに紹介する写真だ。01.ヒンバ...

イギリスの写真家が出会った、世界の「少数民族」

Maori Moko or Ta Moko is the traditional facial tattooing of the Maori people in New Zealand. Their practice is considered sacred and regarded as a Taonga (treasure) to the Maori people.

Samburu society is a gentocracy, meaning older people are given the highest social status, and men often remain unmarried until they reach their 30s

Photographer's portraits of African tribes who can teach us happiness

Samburu society is a gentocracy, meaning older people are given the highest social status, and men often remain unmarried until they reach their Photo: Mario Gerth

Dying life of the tribe. Photographer decided to travel the world for 3 years, visiting 35 tribes in all 5 continents.

Dying life of the tribe. Photographer decided to travel the world for 3 years, visiting 35 tribes in all 5 continents.

Dying life of the tribe. Photographer decided to travel the world for 3 years, visiting 35 tribes in all 5 continents. Photographer Jimmy Nelson traveled the world to photograph the life of tribes before their way of life disappears.

Me revelo nos caminhos que percorrem minha pele. Cada ruga, de uma nascente, se transforma em rio corrente expressando...

Minha pele é um livro aberto

Bagobo Tribal Woman by Jojie Alcantara . “Beautiful young people are accidents of nature, but beautiful old people are works of art.

"Over a period of 6 years, renowned photographer Hans Silvester photographed peoples of the Omo Valley. It is a very remote area in Ethiopia. Wild and unspoiled. The Surma and Mursi Tribes take great pleasure in decorating themselves with the glorious pigments available in this volcanic region."

In the isolated and fertile volcanic valley of the Omo region of Ethiopia, the soil provides the people with an array of pigments for body decoration: red ochre, white kaolin, copper green, and yellow or light gray ash. Photos by Hans Sylvester

A Maori man, New Zealand. The Māori are the indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealand. The Māori originated with settlers from eastern Polynesia, who arrived in New Zealand in several waves of canoe voyages at some time between 1250 and 1300 CE. #angel #tattoo #tattoos

Look at the different Maori Tribal Tattoo Designs! The tattoo design must not be altered to a greater extent so as to preserve the traditions of the Maori people.

Africa | 'Mynga' - from the Mumuhuila tribe of Angola | © John Kenny

wonderful work from John Kenny 'Mynga' - from the Mumuhuila tribe of Angola. Notice the 2 shorter hair locks with metal beads close to the face, like ancient priestesses. Her face is reminiscent of the wooden statues of priestesses of Amun.

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