Stanislav Aleksandrovich

Stanislav Aleksandrovich

Stanislav Aleksandrovich
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Africa | Kifwele masquerader. Luba-Shaba people.  Congo-Kinshasa (Belgian Congo).  | Cropped field photograph taken by Reverend Father Colle prior to 1913.

Africa | Kifwele masquerader. Luba-Shaba people. Congo-Kinshasa (Belgian Congo). | Cropped field photograph taken by Reverend Father Colle prior to 1913.

The Bamileke of Cameroon https://www.flickr.com/photos/26442169@N07/2516242708/

The Bamileke of Cameroon https://www.flickr.com/photos/26442169@N07/2516242708/

Shrunken Head

Shrunken Head

Guru mask. Batak people, Sumatra. Oceana. Those sharp teeth are little slivers of bamboo. The Museum fur Voelkerkunde in Vienna,

Guru mask. Batak people, Sumatra. Oceana. Those sharp teeth are little slivers of bamboo. The Museum fur Voelkerkunde in Vienna,

Africa | Mask from the Bamileke people of Cameroon | Horn, vegetal fiber, cowrie shells, human hair and textile || The kunggang of the Bamileke belong to an important association of healers and headmen, and for the purification of villages. They represent the power of intervention against sorcery.

Africa | Mask from the Bamileke people of Cameroon | Horn, vegetal fiber, cowrie shells, human hair and textile || The kunggang of the Bamileke belong to an important association of healers and headmen, and for the purification of villages. They represent the power of intervention against sorcery.

ArtStation - 羽翼仙 aka Garuda , Tianhua X

ArtStation - 羽翼仙 aka Garuda , Tianhua X

the plague doctors mask may be made of wood but his soul is made of shadows,his skin is made of feathers & his mind is made of disease.

the plague doctors mask may be made of wood but his soul is made of shadows,his skin is made of feathers & his mind is made of disease.

This is an African Witch Doctor in Congo. I like all the components of his attire, and wonder what exactly he uses the objects in his hands for.

This is an African Witch Doctor in Congo. I like all the components of his attire, and wonder what exactly he uses the objects in his hands for.

From the book 'Fetishism in West Africa: Forty Years' Observations of Native Customs and Superstitions'.

From the book 'Fetishism in West Africa: Forty Years' Observations of Native Customs and Superstitions'.

bone mage

bone mage