The Tribal Diaries is a series of Vintage film photographs from the 20's century depicting tribes from all around the world. Supaera recreated and gave a new life to the photographs with it's emblematic colors
In the process we pay tribute to ancient/ancestral cultures that have been erased in some areas of the world. These same cultures that possess intricate practices and meticulous traditions that unknowingly shape our contemporary and "modern" societies and civilization .
A small and concise description will take you on a journey to the
THE DIARY WILL BE UPDATED AS NEW CREATION ARISE
Part of the postcard series of children of Africa of the XX's century.
This piece is a representation of a Sudanese girl from the Baja people a group of nomadic people living near the Red Sea ,in eastern Sudan, Eritrea and Egypt.
Photos from Sarah Pathridge of a half African half Kalina go
Karìna auran the Indigenous population of Martinique also called Madinina "Island of Flowers". Vintage circa 1910.
This picture was taken by a french photographer.A portray of Occidental Africa more exactly Tombouctou, Mali representing the intricate hairstyle of the tribes of Mali.
This postcard was taken in August 1908 representing a Dahomey woman. Dahomey Kingdom used to be an African Kingdom within the area of what is today Benin.
Africa | Sudanese woman. Post stamped 1940. | Vintage postcard; publisher Sion Leghziel, Bengasi