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When Gravity Fails...Sruli Recht Succeeds

The showpieces for Icelandic designer Sruli Recht's first menswear collection are made of 21 blackbirds and 27 stillborn lambs.

Bertjan Pot, another Dutch designer seeking the border of hood, mask en hidding. Nice and simple example in my Little Hat Hidding Hood series. txt re[d]fine

Bertjan Pot, another Dutch designer seeking the border of hood, mask en hidding. Nice and simple example in my Little Hat Hidding Hood series. txt re[d]fine

ShinMurayama 5 ART: SHIN MURAYAMA Valhalla Masks

Shin Murayama made this masks series project called “Valhalla”.

Animal masks from cardboard for some freak-out

Cardboard Animal Masks - The Jozef Mrva Masks Are Eerie and Creatively Crafted…

When Gravity Fails by Sruli Recht

When Gravity Fails by Sruli Recht

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Masked dancers, Dogon, Mali image from publication "Parures Africaines" by Denise Paulme & Jacques Brosse

Masked - In Flight by Sruli Recht - Dezeen

'Masked in Flight' is created by icelandic based designer Sruli Recht. It's a set of four travel masks made from folded laser cut parchment.

lovely textiles: joana vasconcelos

" even jesus looks like he doesn't know how to be gracious and say thanks for this christmas jumper , freaky yarn bombs that are only funny to the ones not wearing them <<>> Men's Knitwear <<><>> <<>> Joana Vascencelos <<>>

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Damselfrau is Norwegian artist Magnhild Kennedy; a craftswoman and mask maker

A komusō was a Japanese mendicant monk of the Fuke school of Zen Buddhism, during the Edo period of 1600-1868. Komusō were characterised by the straw basket (a sedge or reed hood named a tengai) worn on the head, manifesting the absence of specific ego. They are also known for playing solo pieces on the shakuhachi.

Zen Buddhist mendicant monks who play bamboo flutes and don straw baskets to manifest the absence of a specific ego They play "honkyoku" - original pieces as a method to attain enlightenment and also for healing Called Komuso (via Genesis Giocada)

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Masks by Bertjan Pot

Helmet Mask (Bundu) Date: 19th–20th century Geography: Sierra Leone Culture: Mende peoples Medium: Wood, metal, pigment

Helmet Mask (Bundu) Date: century Geography: Sierra Leone Culture: Mende peoples Medium: Wood, metal, pigment

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