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Romul (@17roman45)


Окружайте себя правильными людьми, развивайтесь духовно и физически, не теряйте ни минуты своей жизни. Как никогда понимаешь цену момента. #wood#sport#Belarus#health#winter

Evrim Çetiner (@evrialem)


Hafta sonu gittiğimiz kampta çadırımızın etrafında vahşi bir hayvan dolaşıyordu. 😀 Ciddiyim öyle minnoş durduğuna bakmayın. Hoşlanmadığı bir şey olduğunda bildiğiniz saldırıyor.. 😄😄 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #camp #camping #trekking #hiking #wood #outdoor #turkey #mountain #mountains #outdoor #outdoorcooking #nature #mothernature #outdoorlife #mountainlife #naturelovers #instanature #instacool #kamp #kamping #çadır #love #doğa #nature #likyayolu #kamp #antalya #tekirova #doga

Mayron Designs (@craftedbymayron)


These leash/harness holders are the PAWfect accessory for any household. They’re simple and personalized to fit your #doggies needs!! ••• #dog #dogs #leashes #paws #collars #wood #bordercollie #smallbusiness #woodworking #etsy

Benjamin Voisin (@benjamin_voisin)


New finishes for the Caffè table ! Here it is Caffè Verde with the beautiful green marble top as shown on the stand of @ligneroset_fr during @maisonetobjet. #caffeverde #ligneroset #collection #coffetable #design #green #marble #wood #mo18 #maisonetobjet #2018 #voisinguillemin #designfair #furniture #furnituredesign

TEFAF (@tefaf_art_fair)


The elegant art of the Tabwa has only been considered distinct for about 30 years. The majority of pieces collected prior to the 1970's were identified as Luba, who are their neighbors to the west. Tabwa art is produced primarily to venerate ancestors, and in that respect it reflects one of the most predominant of Congo ideals. The Tabwa produce small to mid-size ancestor statues, which often feature beautiful triangular scarifications thought to represent the new moon; long, braided hairdos which can extend down the back almost to the waist; and a curious mouth posture with protruding tongue. Often the face appears to be looking slightly skyward, eyes wide open. These ancestor carvings, called "mikisi, and the rituals associated with them, allow certain families and traditional leaders to consolidate their power, using the"special" knowledge of the ancestors to their advantage. It boils down, in many ways, to the politics of fear, West African-style. Unlike the Luba, whose statuary is predominantly female, the Tabwa carve both male and female figures. Another reflection of their recent Congo heritage is the production of small prestige objects like combs, stools, and small ivory and bone figures. ~ To TEFAF Maastricht 2018 gallery Entwistle, stand 166 will bring this mikisi to the fair in March. ~ Tabwa Ancestor Figure mikisi Wood Height 34.6 cm (13.6 in.) Southeastern Democratic Republic of the Congo and northeastern Zambia early 20th century ~ #tefaf #tefafmaastricht #artfair #maastricht #netherlands #art #tirbalart #tribal #tabwa #ancestor #figure #mikisi #congo #zambia #longhair #braids #mouth #tongue #wood

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