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felt giraffe couple

Africa | Waist pendant. Edo peoples. Benin kingdom court style. Benin city, Nigeria | Ivory | 18th century.

Africa | Baule Crown. Ivory coast | Wood, gold leaf, and textile | c. 1920.

Kuba long cloth panel. DR Congo | This special wrap, made from raffia, was worn outside, or on top of, the long dance dresses for added decoration and prestige. Made from raffia. They incorporate embroidered shapes and patterns, openwork, tie-dye, tightly tufted areas and border elements. Most are covered with geometric symbols; many are restrained, subtle and rhythmic designs using one technique; others create amazing quilt-like assemblages of old pieces of many forms.

Kuba cloth, DR Congo | This special wrap was worn outside, or on top of, the long dance dresses for added decoration and prestige. Made from raffia.

Africa | Two silhouetted Wildebeest walking away from setting sun, Masai Mara, Kenya | © Paul and Paveena McKenzie

Africa | Eland and Zebras silhouetted against setting sun, Masai Mara, Kenya | © Paul and Paveena McKenzie

Africa | Berber Grain Storage in Tataouine/Tatawin, Tunisia | © Alex Erkiletian

Mask (Ngady Amwaash) Kuba Kasai region Democratic Republic of Congo Late 19th - mid-20th century CE Wood pigment glass beads cowrie shells fabric and string | Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

A traditional Kuba appliqué raffia cloth, from the D.R. Congo

African woven cloths. Photo taken at Hout Bay Craft Market, Cape Town, South Africa.

African woven baskets. Photo taken at Hout Bay Craft Market, Cape Town South Africa

African Kuba Raffia Cloth | Applique patchwork | From the Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire)

African Kuba Raffia Cloth | Applique patchwork | From the Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire)

African sunset

Africa | Igbo Shrine Panel, Nigeria | © Ann Porteus, Sidewalk Tribal Gallery

Powerpoint about Maasai tribal necklaces

Jewelry. Kenya. Photo: © Curt Carnemark / World Bank

Portrait of woman. Kenya. Photo: © Curt Carnemark / World Bank

Africa | People. Mundimba girl - Angola. Mundimba girl with a traditional wig. This wig says that she has changed her age category, she is now a teenager. Soon, she will be married. Combelo village, south Angola. Photo by Eric Lafforgue

the dipo ceremony of the krobo girls in ghana

Every year the Dipo custom takes place in the southern part of Ghana where the Krobo people live. This initiation ritual will transform the girls into women. This picture is taken while the girls get dressed to visit the sacred stone Tekpete. Photo by Ronnie Dankelman

Hamar kids Ethiopia. Photo taken by Eric Lafforgue

Africa | People. Hamer woman - Ethiopia. Photo by Eric Lafforgue