Papua New Guinea Arts, Crafts, and Other Services

Papua New Guinea is home to many unique arts and crafts. From the traditional bilum, to hand baskets and meri blouses, there are elements of modern fashion and traditional dress that appeals to fashionistas and anthropologists alike. We will continue to build this page out to provide examples of Papua New Guinea art. We may also provide links to other art resources that we find interesting - enjoy!


Tribal Art (no longer working) - Tribal art examples from PNG
Handmade Jewelry - handmade and handcrafted jewelry, not all products related to PNG, but occassionally they offer PNG-inspired handcrafted pieces of art


Bilas (no longer working) - PNG traditional jewelry
Basket hooks (no longer working) - Unique to each village in PNG!

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Papua New Guinea Photos
Here are a collection of photos we took while in Papua New Guinea circa the year 2000.
PNG has over 800 Languages!
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