Papua New Guinean artist with the natural pigment he uses when carving Malagan wooden sculptures, the ceremonial art of New Ireland's living culture. The black pigment is made from a fruit of a Kalapulim tree. The small seed is cooked and mixed with coconut oil. Kavieng, Papua New Guinea, June 2010 . NOT AVAILABLE FOR MAGAZINE USE IN GERMAN-SPEAKING COUNTRIES UNTIL 1ST JULY 2013.