Ingrid von Seggern

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The amazing monolithic rock-cut church of Saint George in Lalibela, Ethiopia.

The amazing monolithic rock-cut church of Saint George in Lalibela, Ethiopia.

Africa | "Natural Fashion" Tribal Decoration from the Omo Valley, Ethiopia | ©Hans Silvester

Africa | "Natural Fashion" Tribal Decoration from the Omo Valley, Ethiopia | ©Hans Silvester

Ethiopia, large silver cross...so inspiring! #nomadsandtalismans

Ethiopia, large silver cross...so inspiring! #nomadsandtalismans

Love the bold but organic hand drawn quality.

Love the bold but organic hand drawn quality.

The South Africa-based Ugandan model Patricia Akello wears a necklace by the Ugandan label Halisi, 2015 - La naciente alta costura africana - 20minutos.es

The South Africa-based Ugandan model Patricia Akello wears a necklace by the Ugandan label Halisi, 2015 - La naciente alta costura africana - 20minutos.es

Burkina Faso, Tiebele. Lo hombres construyen y las mujeres decoran estas preciosas casas.

Burkina Faso, Tiebele. Lo hombres construyen y las mujeres decoran estas preciosas casas.

AFRICAN POTTERY - Igala People, Nigeria, Large Pot in squat ovoid form, cinched and flared rim, incised geometric decoration, in glazed dark grey clay.

AFRICAN POTTERY - Igala People, Nigeria, Large Pot in squat ovoid form, cinched and flared rim, incised geometric decoration, in glazed dark grey clay.

Poskrobko, Janina with Nobuko Shibayama and Mark Wypyski. “Featured Textile: Fragment from the Dalmatic of San Valerius.” In Making the Invisible Visible: Conservation and Islamic Art, April 2 – August 4, 2013. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2013.

Poskrobko, Janina with Nobuko Shibayama and Mark Wypyski. “Featured Textile: Fragment from the Dalmatic of San Valerius.” In Making the Invisible Visible: Conservation and Islamic Art, April 2 – August 4, 2013. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2013.

Paradise... Bawah Island, Indonesia

Paradise... Bawah Island, Indonesia

Africa | Basket by Zulu master weaver Beauty Ngxongo. ca. 1991, South Africa. | Beauty is well known for her 'isichumo' baskets, a water tight vessel. | Beauty uses native grasses and palm leaves to make her baskets, and her dyes are derived fro fruits, leaves, bark and roots.

Africa | Basket by Zulu master weaver Beauty Ngxongo. ca. 1991, South Africa. | Beauty is well known for her 'isichumo' baskets, a water tight vessel. | Beauty uses native grasses and palm leaves to make her baskets, and her dyes are derived fro fruits, leaves, bark and roots.