South America | Portrait of a Aymara mother wearing traditional clothing and carrying her child, Peru | Kim

South America | Portrait of a Aymara mother wearing traditional clothing and carrying her child, Peru | Kim

migy llama-illustration

Migy :: Illustration

migy llama-illustration

Jezu Bunster Illustrations & Design  "Mujer Indígena" -AYMARA-

Jezu Bunster Illustrations & Design "Mujer Indígena" -AYMARA-

East End Prints - Llama by Dieter Braun, £19.95 (http://www.eastendprints.co.uk/llama-by-dieter-braun/)

Llama by Dieter Braun

East End Prints - Llama by Dieter Braun, £19.95 (http://www.eastendprints.co.uk/llama-by-dieter-braun/)

Rogers favorite ponchos are his traditional Native American ponchos.

Rogers favorite ponchos are his traditional Native American ponchos.

MAPUCHE VEST

MAPUCHE VEST

I love @VOZ Collective VOZ Spring/Summer 2014 Runway: VOZ means “voice” in Spanish, something Aarons hopes to give the talented Mapuche weavers by showcasing their rich visual and artisanal tradition on the international stage. #socialimpact #ecofashion

SPRING SUMMER 2014

I love @VOZ Collective VOZ Spring/Summer 2014 Runway: VOZ means “voice” in Spanish, something Aarons hopes to give the talented Mapuche weavers by showcasing their rich visual and artisanal tradition on the international stage. #socialimpact #ecofashion

Mapuche Ikat Poncho  Mapuche People, Southern Chile and Argentina  Late 19th century  Wool, Ikat technique, indigo dye.

Mapuche Ikat Poncho Mapuche People, Southern Chile and Argentina Late 19th century Wool, Ikat technique, indigo dye.

The Mapuche people live on the Andes Mountains, straddling Argentina and Chile, between the Aconcagua River and Chiloé Island. Its inhabitants are very wedded to their land and their customs, and have a rich cosmology that focuses its principles in their attachment to ancestral territories, then embodied in everyday objects such as ceramics, textiles and jewellery.

The Mapuche people live on the Andes Mountains, straddling Argentina and Chile, between the Aconcagua River and Chiloé Island. Its inhabitants are very wedded to their land and their customs, and have a rich cosmology that focuses its principles in their attachment to ancestral territories, then embodied in everyday objects such as ceramics, textiles and jewellery.

Resultado de imagen para mapuche art

Resultado de imagen para mapuche art

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