Karo women treat beauty as their utmost priority. The girl tries to emulate a flower by painting one on her face. The neck delivers the roots trying to hold on to the plant. She is adorned a headgear made of bushes and leaves to complete the look.Though the mischievous expression tells a different story altogether.This image can be paired with mustard colour furniture against a worn out wall which will balance the colours without making it too bright.
The Premium K3 pigment print has a total of nine different inks, ensuring that even the minutest details are visible, and the colours appear freshly painted - even after 100 years. Prints are museum grade quality and each come with certificate of authenticity.
We are very pleased to be able to bring you this stunning range! Biljana Jurukovski is a Macedonian Australian Award Winning Photographer who has been inspired and amazed by the diverse and beautiful expressions of different cultures. She enjoys traveling to remote destinations to learn about the cultures and traditions of indigenous people and to photograph them. Biljana’s photographs, especially from the Surma tribe in Ethiopia, have been featured internationally in many magazines, newspapers, websites including TheGuardian, Lens Magazine, Sydney Morning Herald, La Fotografia Magazine, EYSmagazine, Silvershootz Magazine, Dek Unu Magazine and many more. She has won many Awards and her work has been shown in exhibitions in NewYork, Berlin, Barcelona, Macedonia, France.
And now you too can own your very own work!
XS – 60 cm by 40 cm
Small – 90cm by 60 cm
Medium -105cm by 70cm
Large- 120cm by 80 cm
X Large -135cm by 90 cm