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Kalam Tribe - Papua New Guinea 

The Kalam people create elaborate head-dresses using feathers from birds such as cockatoos, parrots, lorikeets and bird of paradise. They live in remote areas high in the mountains of New Guinea, their villages only accessible by prop plane. There are no roads in or out.

IT MEANS NO WORRIES, BUT REALLY.. DO NOT WORRY. 
THINGS MAY NOT BE THE WAY THEY “SHOULD BE” RIGHT NOW, BUT THE TRUTH IS THAT, THINGS ARE EXACTLY THE WAY THEY SHOULD BE RIGHT NOW. I MADE THIS DRAWING TO LET YOU KNOW THAT THINGS WILL GET BETTER, BAD THINGS WILL GO AWAY, PROBLEMS WILL BE SOLVED AND GOOD DAYS WILL COME SO LET’S ALL STOP WASTING TIME WORRYING ABOUT WHAT COULD HAPPEN AND HOW THINGS SHOULD BE. ENJOY TODAY!

Better late than never! 2015 calendar. Get in touch if you’d like one :) Set of 13 screen prints. LIMITED EDITION of 22. All calenders come stamped, dated, numbered and signed.

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