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EnglishFrom which tribe is this mask most likely inspired | connected?

Have seen it many times in posters etc. Please give me a link with proof where I can validate it and trace it back to the origin. Thank you

Bitfortip 3 days ago
    Tags:
  • Mask
  • Ancient
  • Tribe
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Juan Herrera Vazquez 3 days ago Correct
https://www.to-hawaii.com/es/tikis.php
Apparently belongs to a Hawaiian tribe
Bitfortip 2 days ago
Hello, yes seems like the origin is traced back to Hawaii.

Thanks for the tip.
Antonio 3 days ago
Hi. Check it out

https://blog.retroplanet.com/tiki-culture-history-trend-today/
Corey gordon 3 days ago
https://www.to-hawaii.com/es/tikis.php
Hawaiian tribe
Mitchelle Gates 3 days ago
https://www.to-hawaii.com/es/tikis.php
That’s the link ok .
Look up to a Hawaiian tribe
Coconuticecream 3 days ago
Tiki mask and torches. Tiki torch names is made from two flowers: canna compacta and Tillandis. This must be a painting of a Tiki Statue with Tiki torches. Very interesting history: https://www.homewetbar.com/blog/history-of-the-tiki-culture/
srcan 3 days ago
https://images.app.goo.gl/hq2b9wVEQohA3TBW6


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king 3 days ago
https://www.to-hawaii.com/es/tikis.php
I think belongs to a Hawaiian tribe and i heard they are called Tikis
Jaivardhan 3 days ago
https://www.to-hawaii.com/es/tikis.php

It's a Hawaiian tribe inspires mask.
Hope it helps.
Miss Mike 3 days ago
Looked up on google:southeast tribal masks. Seems to be a Hawaiian ocean mask. The flames are usually associated with volcanos with reference to protection against a specific event and specific island in the chain. It may also be one shaman's interpretation brought into 19th century and translated down by a 'haole'(White man) desire to use it in a movie or movies numerous times and reprinted. It would probably be best observed in the anthropological division of the Metropolitan Museum in New York City.
Miss Mike 3 days ago
Sea Seas...
Miss Mike 3 days ago
South Seas!
İsmal Macaroğlu 3 days ago
https://www.to-hawaii.com/es/tikis.php
kimo2 2 days ago
It's a tiki mask. First of all, read about "tiki culture": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiki_culture
These masks are just modern art forms based on Polynesian/Hawaiian art and especially wood carvings, which represent hawaiian deities:
https://www.nps.gov/puho/learn/historyculture/kii.htm
https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/temple-figure-of-war-god-ku-ka%E2%80%99ili-moku/FQFH1bP7WbGlRQ?hl=en
https://www.christies.com/features/A-Hawaiian-Kona-figure-of-Ku-ka-ili-moku-8705-3.aspx