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Peileppe Tribal Art Woman w Child Silhouette comic Bumper Stickers
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<p>Make your car a reflection of you! Get your point across with this quality bumper sticker that will outlast heavy rain, intense sunlight, and the most severe of traffic jams.</p>
  • 11" x 3" &ndash; Large enough for any message.
  • Made from durable vinyl with a strong adhesive back.
  • Printed with water-resistant ink that won’t fade or run.
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Peileppe Tribal Art Woman w Child Silhouette comic
10,000's more cool prints available - CLICK HERE Visit our main site at Tribal art is an umbrella term used to describe artefacts and objects created by the indigenous peoples of (controversially named) primitive cultures. Also known as Ethnographic art, or Arts Primitive Tribal art has three primary categories. African New World or Americas Oceania It can be thought of as folk art, often containing ritual/religious significance pertaining to the custom within a particular tribal culture Typically originating in rural areas, Tribal art refers to subject and craftsmanship of artefacts from small-scale societies (tribes), often with no tradition of literacy. The most well-known tribal art comes from the Americas (e.g., the Inuit, Plains Indians, and some remote areas of Central and South America), Oceania (notably Australia, Melanesia, New Zealand, and Polynesia), and sub-Saharan Africa. The characteristics of a society that produces tribal art include: isolation, political and economic isolation from major civilizations in Europe, North Africa, or Asia oral tradition, lacking literacy small and independent population groups, normally in villages of up to a few hundred people, with personal interactions through direct contact and a lack of any formal social organization a minimal amount of work/craft specialization subsistence by hunter-gathering or very small-scale agriculture lack of technology beyond hand tools, potentially made of stone rather than metal slow rates of cultural development before contact with Europeans Most important for tribal art are low population size, no use of written language, and lack of contact with large-scale civilization. Description Source Wikipedia
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Peileppe Tribal Art Woman w Child Silhouette comic Bumper Stickers

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Product ID: 128340716899811796
Made on: 2/11/2010 6:17 AM
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