Masquerade, paper faces on parade. Masquerade, hide your face so the world will never find you. I love this part of phantom

Masquerade, paper faces on parade. Masquerade, hide your face so the world will never find you. I love this part of phantom

Alice in Wonderland inspired photo of girl with large tea cup on her head Photo by Lissy Elle

Alice in Wonderland inspired photo of girl with large tea cup on her head Photo by Lissy Elle

Femke Agema

Femke Agema

Foxes (Kitsune) are a common subject of Japanese myth and folklore. Foxes are thought to be able to take human form. In myth, they sometimes possess humans or shapeshift. This is often for the purpose of seducing humans. There are several Japanese myths in which young men or women unknowingly marry a fox.Foxes are thought to be the messengers of the Gods. The marriage of foxes is considered a good omen.

Foxes (Kitsune) are a common subject of Japanese myth and folklore. Foxes are thought to be able to take human form. In myth, they sometimes possess humans or shapeshift. This is often for the purpose of seducing humans. There are several Japanese myths in which young men or women unknowingly marry a fox.Foxes are thought to be the messengers of the Gods. The marriage of foxes is considered a good omen.

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: Charles Fréger was fascinated by what the human race lost over the millenniums when it evolved from hunter-gather to farmer and, eventually, urban dweller. After learning that there were Europeans who continued ancient pagan rites of celebrating the winter solstice and the beginning of spring, he set out to examine what traditions faded as people became more civilized.

: Charles Fréger was fascinated by what the human race lost over the millenniums when it evolved from hunter-gather to farmer and, eventually, urban dweller. After learning that there were Europeans who continued ancient pagan rites of celebrating the winter solstice and the beginning of spring, he set out to examine what traditions faded as people became more civilized.

Ehon tsûhôshi / Morikuni 絵本通宝志 安麻 蘓利古 橘守国 1740年 “ぞうめん【蔵面/造面/雑面】 舞楽面の一。長方形の厚紙に白絹を張り、墨で人の顔を象徴的に描いたもの。蘇利古(そりこ)・安摩(あま)などに用いる。” 安摩の雑面 胡徳楽の雑面

Ehon tsûhôshi / Morikuni 絵本通宝志 安麻 蘓利古 橘守国 1740年 “ぞうめん【蔵面/造面/雑面】 舞楽面の一。長方形の厚紙に白絹を張り、墨で人の顔を象徴的に描いたもの。蘇利古(そりこ)・安摩(あま)などに用いる。” 安摩の雑面 胡徳楽の雑面

Nigerian Yaruba dressed as voodoo spirits perform during a voodoo ceremony in Ouidah, Benin. Each spirit represents the reincarnation of a dead member of the Nigerian Nagu clan Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Benin voodoo festival - in pictures

Nigerian Yaruba dressed as voodoo spirits perform during a voodoo ceremony in Ouidah, Benin. Each spirit represents the reincarnation of a dead member of the Nigerian Nagu clan Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Charles Freger Wilder Mann

Charles Freger Wilder Mann

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