Ruby Jumper Billie holding her infant Billie L. Cypress by State Library and Archives of Florida, via Flickr

Seminole mother, Ruby Jumper Billie, holding her old infant Billie L. Cypress by State Library and Archives of Florida 1948

Miccosukee/Seminole patchwork skirt.

1960s Seminole Miccosukee Indian Patchwork Rainbow Skirt

Native North American couple, Situwuka and Katkwachsnea 1912 They both look like models.

A very handsome Native North American couple, Situwuka and Katkwachsnea 1912 Native American portrait photo of Alaskan Tlingit Indians

Miccosukee & Seminole patch work.

Seminole Dress- very memphis- insanely shocked at how contemporary this looks. Amazing link between super folk textiles and really modern pattern systems/colours

Stars Wars character mixed with a Maori inspired tattoo. An amazing effort to cross a culture with Sci – Fi, and to the artist Daniel Logan of using a Star Wars character as the center piece. Striking Maori Ta Moko covers the helmet and the inserts for the eyes are paua or commonly know as abalone. The Stormtrooper Helmet made by Daniel Logan for the 501st TK Project — a charity event for the Make A Wish Foundation to create one of a kind stormtrooper helmets.

Stars Wars character mixed with a Maori inspired tattoo.

*Wood Sculpture - "Maori Trooper Helmet" by Daniel Logan


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Clothes made with cotton by Indigenous American (Seminole peoples) 1800 sure who put these together, but it's a man's shirt/jacket on top and a woman's skirt on bottom.

Title: Colorful Patchwork / Description: Shortly before 1920, a new decorative technique was developed by Seminole women - the now famous patchwork. Early designs were blocks or bars of alternating color or often a sawtooth design. These bands of designs were sewn directly into the body of the garment, forming an integral part of it. Patchwork was rapidly adopted as a way to further embellish the already colorful clothing.

Title: Colorful Patchwork / Description: Shortly before a new decorative…

Florida Ethnographic Collection: Woman’s skirt, Miccosukee, cotton cloth and thread, early 20th century, 30.7” top to bottom  (87-1-1).

Florida Collection: Seminole Woman’s skirt, Miccosukee, cotton cloth and thread, early century, long

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Patchwork created from ultra-narrow strips in traditional patch patterns, length Cape, complete with lavender lace, created to match, length

Susie Billie and her traditional Seminole patchwork

Susie Billie holds an example of her traditional Seminole patchwork. Taweekaache, or patchwork, is a source of cultural pride and identity to the Seminoles.

Bright Patchwork Seminole Indian Skirt

Bright Patchwork Seminole Indian Skirt

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