Afroxander chopped off his massive mane and headed south to Peru for three weeks in October. When not getting fat from tons of delicious Peruvian cuisine, imbibing too much pisco or rubbing anti-itch cream from the millions of bites on his body from the merciless insect residents near Machu Picchu, he enjoyed learning about and documenting Peruvian art. Check out photos below of Peruvian art from Pre-Colombian to modern times.
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