Right, I drew this for the Avatar Ladyfest a while back. Azula aaaannggst! (Better open them on a new tab to view bigger.)
The Wall hangings in Li and Lo’s beach house show traditional Thai patterns
This is an amazing Thai Art blog, do check it out!
This is also really cool: The Thailand National Knowledge Base
Casually emerging from the depths of sleeplessness just to cripple you with feels.
Click on the given source. It goes to my DA page and you can download it to see it as I intended for it to be seen.
My culture isn’t a game!
the promise knows what’s up
The Painted Lady - Stilt Villages in South-East Asia
Stilt villages and buildings are common architectural feature in Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Southern China, The Philippines (etc) i.e. many countries in South-East Asia.
The one village that stands out - to me - to be similar to the one in ‘The Painted Lady’, is Ko Panyi. (the one in the lake, next to that huge rock)
Ko Panyi (also known as Koh Panyee) (Thai: เกาะปันหยี) is a fishing village in Phang Nga Province, Thailand notable for being built on stilts by Indonesian fishermen. The population consists of roughly 200 families or between 1,500 and 2,000 people descended from 2 seafaring Muslim families from Java.
Further pictures are of Bang Bao in the Koh Chang District, Thailand. I chose them mainly to illustrate that the building style of the stilt houses in The Painted Lady, with it’s curved palm-leaf roofs, is very Thai.