The Tigers New Stripes B&W

A life size resin cast of a Siberian Tiger skull, the largest and most endangered of wild cats, forms a canvas onto which glass beads have been painstakingly applied, one by one, into a layer of wax. This method of hand decoration forms part of peyote rituals performed by the Huichol Indian tribes of the Sierra Madre mountains in Mexico, where this sculptural work was produced. The finished piece represents a contemporary clash of ancient Huichol designs rooted in tribe religion and digital artwork produced using data-moshing techniques.

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The Tigers New Stripes B&Wby Richard Johnson
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The Tigers New Stripes B&W
Richard Johnson
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May 20, 2018
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