YAKAGI KUIKURO MEHINAKU, XINGU INDIGENOUS LAND ASSOCIATION, BRAZIL, UN Equator Prize Winner
"Global Goal #15 is important to me: Life on Land. Although, I prefer to see it as “Life on Earth.” The planet was the work of a creator and was made for life of many species. Today, it’s being disrespected by humans. Natural resources are being destroyed, water and air polluted. I see a future without life. It’s disheartening when I see big machines destroying the forest. I can imagine the despair of animals – whose house is being destroyed. Capitalists must learn to value this world, not just think about money for their pockets. The object I’m holding is a Hãda (comb) that is important to my people. With it we are combing our hair when we dance to celebrate life on Earth."
copy of Yakagi Kuikuro Mehinaku, Brazil, UN Equator Prize Winner (44"x31")
Large Facemount 44"x32"
Bringing more depth to the photograph with this plexiglass facemount. Also known as acrylic printing, your print is mounted directly behind crystal clear plexiglass, backed by a sheet of aluminum, and “floated” off the wall by a recessed backframe for a clean look.
All prints are Handmade Craftsmanship, and inspected for perfection each step of the way.