buried things

museum-things,
Ojibwe-things,
art-things,
written-things,
object-things
amikwa:

Toronto Ontario
July 31 2014
Fundraiser for Native Canadian Centre’s Seniors Group

amikwa:

Toronto Ontario
July 31 2014
Fundraiser for Native Canadian Centre’s Seniors Group

(via baapi-makwa)

(via avamath)

therhumboogie:

By Yumi Okita, these gorgeous hand embroidered moths are deceptively large with some reaching almost a foot wide, the technical sewing skills you can see on the wings are perfection and such beautiful variety. 

(Source: thisiscolossal.com, via moniquill)

baapi-makwa:

Quillwork by Ojibwe artist Biskakone Greg Johnson

baapi-makwa:

Quillwork by Ojibwe artist Biskakone Greg Johnson

The only historian capable of fanning the spark of hope in the past is the one who is firmly convinced than even the dead will not be safe from the enemy if he is victorious. And this enemy has never ceased to be victorious.

Walter Benjamin, on the concept of history.

mujeristaxicana:

pbmo:

Huichol

Wixárika

mujeristaxicana:

pbmo:

Huichol

Wixárika

fyeahindigenousfashion:

earrings, Charlene Holy Bear (Lakota)

fyeahindigenousfashion:

earrings, Charlene Holy Bear (Lakota)