#instaart: when tribal art makes a comeback!

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By @voi._.d

It might be called ‘The Gram’, but it’s worth a TON of exposure. Instagram has always been all about visual impact, and it’s where you find some of the finest artists in the world today, from the heavyweights to the hidden talent. Abir Pothi embarks on a series that will highlight the best of Instagram artists we manage to discover — those whose artistry you could take an ‘Insta-nt’ liking to!

@tamburnbindery

Joel Trumbo’s art is full of colours and beautiful intricate patterns. The majority of the themes of this artist are biblical and show historical reproductions. Take a look at this work which is “The carpet page from the Gospel of Mark. The blue and red central panels are based on Anglo-Saxon enameled brooch designs.”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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@silpjivini

Take a look at these beautiful fish done in colourful Gond art style. Manishi Bhasin’s reinterpretation of the  traditional theme of a school of fish is truly a visual delight. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Manishi Bhasin ।। Artpreneur।। (@silpjivini)

@shang_art

Shangwell NP has mastered African tribal art and has made this absolutely beautiful artwork! Take a look!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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@tribal_scribal

Amruta Sagdeo Singh has used the style of Warli paintings to create a scene in black on a brown background. In her caption she makes the statement, “International Artist Day has been created so that we can celebrate the incredible world of art and all of the amazing and creative work that artists around the world carry out. We should all take a moment to reflect on the incredible impact that art has had on us and the world around us”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Amruta Sagdeo Singh (@tribal_scribal)

 

@voi._.d

This artist has created this beautiful painting using acrylic as a medium and has painted it on a board. The figures have been done in Warli style on a black background. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by KALĀ PRAKRTA | Artworks and more (@voi._.d)

 

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