It's a relatively recent craze for EVERYONE these days--not just athletes and entertainers--to sport a few classy tattoos. The Toposa people of South Sudan, however, have a long head start over the rest of us. They have been wearing visual art for centuries. Forget tattoo parlors: their markings are inscribed with the sharp tip of a thorn, and then rubbed with ash to create a raised bas-relief effect. Check out the artwork on this young woman in Narus, South Sudan!
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