Lovers of tribal art often accent their spaces with masks from around the world. There is something about a mask that calls to our own spirits, perhaps a genetic imprint from way back when our ancestors may have also used masks in their lives. Or, they appeal to our sense of fantasy, of other worlds. Whatever the reason, masks are still made in many cultures and we love them!
Sturee Tribal Village has a nice collection of older African masks. The spoons in the photo below are from Afghanistan, but don't they just look perfect with the masks and Kuba cloths?
The brightly colored masks below are from Indonesia, newer masks that support living carving traditions.