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National Geographic May 1977 Malaysia
Grisly trophy is displayed by an Iban, or Sea Dayak. His tribe gave up head hunting after World War II, and many Ibans have settled in towns, gone to school, and become aggressive businessmen. But a few, like these, tread the paths of their forefathers, revering the heads and offering them food. Otherwise, some believe, the heads will eat their owners.
"I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality.” - Frida Kahlo
gakkin and kenji alucky
on machiko from 裸絵札
Boethius’ Rota Fortuna or wheel of fortune casting a shadow over a dog; engraving emblematic of the black plague, ca. 1650.