Tribal Arts and Crafts in the Woodlands

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Artist and Wild Food Forager, Alison Brierley - aka - Tribal Ali, displays the arts and crafts she makes with dead animals found by the side of the road.

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A CAN Film for Woodlands TV

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Jesus, what is wrong with women? Lost a fair amount of respect for you on this one. Really? "Symbolic of a woman's sexual power and ability to castrate a man with her genitalia". I wonder how you would respond to something which was "Symbolic of a man's sexual power and ability rape a woman".
It's all bullshit. People need to respect and care for each other, not glorify violent "sexual power"

Jim Smith

October 7, 2015

+Lost Zoo Think you might need a full body condom just to ward off the fleas, distemper and possible rabies her body harbors.

Jim Smith

October 7, 2015

I want her..

Jack Son

October 25, 2015

+larryfrayne52 it shows you at the end of this film… x


December 9, 2015

Whilst I am against the killing of wild animals and I am a big lover of native wildlife, I see the use of roadkill as fair game, and have hunted in my past too. I think it is very important that all those who choose to eat meat, realise the cost of that food source and experience taking that life for themselves. It is I feel also important that the life of that animal be respected, by using as much of the animal as is possible, not simply throwing it away. This is something that so many people in modern culture do not understand, and have no respect for. It is sad that our children eat meat products and yet have no idea from where it came. The crafts this Woman does, makes the use of roadkill, and other what would be waste products. She obviously has a deep respect for the animals she uses in her art. And although many will be squeamish at what She does, I am sure they pay no attention to where the skin for there shoes and belts came from. Ignorance is not the same as innocence. Peace and Love.


June 15, 2016

Great stuff Ali, ignore the idiots.

Ken Chalk

July 24, 2016

Who did she learn all this


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