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Even legends take a coffee break.
Apo Whang-Od, well known mambabatok, (tattoo artist), and the last one among the Kalinga. However despite what everyone says of her being the last one and when she dies the Kalinga tattooing tradition dies with her, that is false. She is currently training her young niece, Grace, whose strong interest in preserving the tattooing tradition among the Kalinga, a tradition that has died out over years of colonization among the rest of the Philippines especially among the Bisayans who were called the Pintados, “the Painted Ones”, by the Spaniards as they were known to be covered in tattoo’s all over their body, will keep the tradition alive.
Caux Collective Introduces: Joshua Sinn
As part of his fantastic ‘Night Color’ series, 22 year old American Photographer Joshua Sinn brings us these gorgeous long-exposure photographs, taken with colour film. By repeating the deep, rich tones of artificial lighting and the often mysterious, subdued composition of night, Sinn’s photography evokes strong feelings of suspense and intrigue, despite the fact they are merely still images