Lisanne de Bakker

Lisanne de Bakker

Lisanne de Bakker
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Backless dress, straps that narrow and cross

Backless dress, straps that narrow and cross

Augusta Linen Dress - Pale Grey / www.ovate.ca

Augusta Linen Dress - Pale Grey / www.ovate.ca

Native American BEAUTIFUL! Shame we don't see many full blooded Indians anymore

Native American BEAUTIFUL! Shame we don't see many full blooded Indians anymore

Bark detail of a Silver Birch tree at the Holocaust Memorial Garden in Hyde Park, London ~ Photo by...George Rex©

Bark detail of a Silver Birch tree at the Holocaust Memorial Garden in Hyde Park, London ~ Photo by...George Rex©

Oolites or cave pearls are sedimentary rocks formed from ooids, spherical grains composed of concentric layers

Oolites or cave pearls are sedimentary rocks formed from ooids, spherical grains composed of concentric layers

adolfo serra

adolfo serra

These painterly earrings from Buenos Aires-based designer Fernanda Sibilila takes inspiration for her collection from her travels through Latin America. With a passion for blending traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge techniques, Sibilia's pieces are timeless and unique.

These painterly earrings from Buenos Aires-based designer Fernanda Sibilila takes inspiration for her collection from her travels through Latin America. With a passion for blending traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge techniques, Sibilia's pieces are timeless and unique.

The diagram (above) shows how the Inca calculated numbers on the quipu. [...] The color of the cords was also significant in that it represented the item which was being counted. The color depended upon the nature of the object; yellow for gold, red for the army, and white for peace. As the colors were limited, some colors had different meanings depending on the general purpose of the Quipu in question.

The diagram (above) shows how the Inca calculated numbers on the quipu. [...] The color of the cords was also significant in that it represented the item which was being counted. The color depended upon the nature of the object; yellow for gold, red for the army, and white for peace. As the colors were limited, some colors had different meanings depending on the general purpose of the Quipu in question.

Ancient Scripts: Quipu

Ancient Scripts: Quipu

quipus - knotted-string necklaces/devices used to record statistical data in Andean South America

quipus - knotted-string necklaces/devices used to record statistical data in Andean South America