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Mardi Gras Tapestry featuring the photograph The Flag Boy - Mardi Gras Black Indian Parade, New Orleans by Earth And Spirit

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The Flag Boy - Mardi Gras Black Indian Parade, New Orleans Tapestry

Earth And Spirit

by Earth And Spirit

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$28.40

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Our lightweight, microfiber tapestries are available in three different sizes and feature incredible artwork to complement any wall space. Each tapestry has hemmed edges for secure hanging with nails and/or thumbtacks.

Design Details

The Black Indian Parade in New Orleans. (Also called Mardi Gras Indian Parade.) It is a colorful tradition that dates back to the days of Slavery. ... more

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Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

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Comments (1)

Saundra Johnson

Saundra Johnson

As a Black Indian, I thank you for sharing history and this beautiful photo.

Earth And Spirit replied:

Oh, wow! Really happy you got to see this. It's an amazing and not well known history.

Artist's Description

The Black Indian Parade in New Orleans. (Also called Mardi Gras Indian Parade.) It is a colorful tradition that dates back to the days of Slavery. There is a structure & hierarchy to the Tribes. They include the Chief, Flag Boy, Spy Boys, Call Boys, Second-liners, and so on. Here we see a Flag Boy. He carries the Flag Banner of the Tribe, and he uses it to signal the other tribe members, as well as to identify the Tribe from a distance to other rival or friendly Tribes who may be nearby.. Because of these structures within the Tribe this Tradition went virtually unknown outside the poor, black communities in New Orleans until the 1970's. mardi gras, fat tuesday, black indian, street, parade, flag boy, new orleans, treme, heritage, the south, louisiana, costumes, yellow, costume, tradition, traditional, dress, tribe, uptown, downtown, suits, masks, plumes, feathers, man, art, culture, folk art,

About Earth And Spirit

Earth And Spirit

Hi, I'm Jason; the photographer behind Earth And Spirit. I'm from the Caribbean island of Trinidad & Tobago, now based in Brooklyn, New York. But I love to spend as much time as I can on the road, with my camera in hand; just exploring this amazing planet of ours. I fell in love with Photography in my late teens and taught myself to shoot. I spent hours on end in bookshops; discovering and looking through the works of photographic giants like Steve McCurry, James Nachtwey, Sabastiao Salgado, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sam Abell, and Galen Rowell. I was actually there so much that one of the stores, Borders Book Shop, just went ahead and put me to work! I want to thank you for looking at my Collection of Photographs. And for your...

 

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