Paño

Paños are pen or pencil drawings on fabric, a form of prison artwork made in the Southwest United States. The first paños, made with pieces of bedsheets and pillowcases, were made in the 1930s. They were originally used to communicate messages. Since then, they became used for primarily artistic purposes, and are often made with handkerchiefs. P...
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Pano

(from the article `South American forest Indian`) The Ge family includes groups most of which are located in the semi-arid lands of central Brazil. In the extreme northwest of Brazil and in the ...
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