While you can't tell from this gallery, the 160g Magazine Tribal Dance editorial is actually animated--and creepily so. The spread was photographed by Pamela Reed and Matthew Rader, and features a stop-action series of body-painted, possessed tribal princesses.
If you think that description doesn't seem normal for a fashion spread, then I suggest you take a look through the gallery. Among colorful tribal frocks, rope belts and strappy sandals, you'll see wild hair, painted bodies, levitation, and eerily demonic facial expressions.
To see the actual animated images of the 160g Magazine Tribal Dance editorial, visit 160g.
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