Modern Primitive Embroidery

Author: Jennie Baer
Editor: Leisure Arts
ISBN: 1601406746
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It's not just embroidery. It's Primitive Embroidery. And it's the greatest thing to happen to needle art in decades. These fresh designs by artist Jennie Baer are all about getting you into the world of fabric art-fast! Follow the directions to transfer a simple line drawing pattern onto fabric, then use basic stitches and easy embellishments to finish textile beauty that's very new, very you. To make your creative experience even sweeter, we're including three different sizes for each of these 12 designs, so you don't have to worry about enlarging or reducing them for your project. Just choose and use. The key to creating modern/primitive art is truly in your hands!

Modern Primitive Arts Of Mexico Guatemala And The Southwest

Author: Catharine Oglesby
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Modern Primitives

Author: Andrea Juno
Editor: V/Search
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"An anthropological inquiry into ... the increasingly popular revival of ancient human decorations practices such as symbolic/deeply personal tattooing, multiple piercings, and ritual scarification"--Back cover.

Modern Primitives Of Spain

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Modern Primitives Masters Of Na Ve Painting

Author: Oto B. Merin
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Body Style

Author: Therèsa M. Winge
Editor: Berg
ISBN: 1847887376
Size: 12,27 MB
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Body Style reveals the subcultural body as a site for understanding subcultural identity, resistance, agency, and fashion. Analyzed, theorized, politicized, and sensationalized, the subcultural body functions as a framework where individuals build a sense of self and subcultural identity. Drawing on specific subcultural examples and interviews with members, Body Style explores the subcultural body and its style within global culture. Body Style is the result of over twelve years of research examining these intersections within specific urban subcultures, including Urban Tribals, Modern Primitives, Punks, Cybers, Industrials, Skaters, and others. Divided into three main sections on subcultural body history, subcultural body identity and subcultural body styles, this book will be of particular interest to students of dress and fashion as well as those coming to subculture from sociology and cultural studies.

Modern Greek Folklore And Ancient Greek Religion

Author: John Cuthbert Lawson
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107677033
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Originally published in 1910, this book analyses the customs and superstitions of modern Greece as a means of gaining a greater understanding of ancient Greek belief structures. Analogies and coincidences between ancient and modern Greece had been pointed out prior to the publication of this edition, but no large attempt had been made to trace the continuity of the life and thought of the Greek people, and to exhibit modern Greek folklore as an essential factor in the interpretation of ancient Greek religion. The text is highly accessible, and all quotations from ancient and modern Greek are translated into English. This is a fascinating book that will be of value to anyone with an interest in anthropology and the classical world.

Anthropology And Modern Life

Author: Franz Boas
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486148696
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The great anthropologist's classic treatise on race and culture. One of the most influential books of the century, now available in a value-priced edition. Introduction by Ruth Bunzel.

Accessories Of Dress

Author: Katherine Morris Lester
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486433783
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From hats, veils, wigs, and cosmetics to cravats, shawls, shoes, and gloves, this useful reference provides an entertaining account of the forms of personal adornment men and women have used throughout the ages to enhance their wearing apparel. Incorporates illustrations from rare books and magazines, photographs, and observations. 644 figures and 59 plates.