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Tongkonan Toraja Infographic
Illustration and Infographic work for Kompas Daily Newspaper about Toraja's traditional house, The Tongkonan.
Chōjirō | Black Raku Tea Bowl | Japan | Momoyama period (1573–1615) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Artist: Chōjirō (1516–?1592). Period: Momoyama period (1573–1615). Date: early 17th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Earthenware with black raku glaze...
Yunomi “Early Spring”, Tea Bowl by Paul Fryman. Black clay. Red slip. White crac… – 2019 - Clay ideas
Spring tea bowl by Paul Fryman. Black clay, red slip, white crackle glaze, width 7.7 cm height 6.6 cm, volume about 170 ml
Raca Village, Los Palos - Timor Leste
Typical house of Raca village in Los Palos - the most eastern part of Timor Leste. I took the picture when East Timor still part of Indonesia. Timor Leste is now an independent state. Ikat Weaving made me visit Raca village quite often between 1988 - 1999. I took notice on the village on my survey trip to East Timor (by then) in 1988. At first I visited Tourism Office of Timor Timur for more information on East Timor Ikat Weaving or locally known as Tais but what the officials told me was…
A Rare Historical Look At Old Indonesia - 25 Photos Taken Pre-1920 | WowShack
A rare historical look at Indonesia and its people during the Dutch colonial period… A Javanese prince with two servants (c. 1865-1870) A man from Batavia carrying his warung (c. 1870) Raden Saleh, a Javanese romantic painter who pioneered modern Indonesian art (c. 1872) The Raja of Buleleng, Bali, and his secretary (c. 1875) Two […]
I tetti a sella e le architetture ancestrali dei primi architetti dell'isola Sulawesi
Le architetture dell'isola Sulawesi sono caratterizzate da tetti a sella dalla struttura in bambù rivestita di paglia. SI chiamano Tongkonan.
gallery — akira satake ceramics — akira satake ceramics
Chawan by Akira Satake : He was born in Osaka, Japan and has been living in the U.S. since 1983. In 2003 he relocated from Brooklyn, New York to Swannanoa, North Carolina, where he has a wood-fired kiln and a gas kiln.