'Otjize' African Tribal Portrait
Otjize is a mixture of butterfat and ochre pigment used by the Himba people of Namibia to protect themselves from the harsh desert climate. The paste is often perfumed with the aromatic resin. Himba tribe, northern Namibia, Africa.
Photographed 11 September, 2015 Namibia.
'Otjize' African tribal portrait photo print by Shannon Wild, National Geographic photographer and filmmaker.
Printed using archival inks and fine art paper.
Prints are unframed and shipped rolled.
AVAILABLE IN 3 SIZES AND EDITIONS:
10”x 8” PRINT
20”x 16” PRINT* (Edition of 100)
40”x 27” PRINT* (Edition of 5, signed + certificate of authenticity)
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*Measurements refers to paper size which includes approx. 2” white border for framing on the 20” x 16” and 40” x 27” editions.