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Moko Photorealistic Digital Painting by Dean Packwood on Approx 8 hours. Tā moko is the permanent body and face marking by Māori, the indigenous people of New Zealand.

A Maori man with ta moko (facial tattoo) and woman doing hongi (traditional Maori greeting) with the Pohutu Geyser behind, Te Puia (New Zeal...

A Maori man with ta moko (facial tattoo) and woman doing hongi (traditional Maori greeting) with the Pohutu Geyser behind, Te Puia (New Zealand Maori Arts & Crafts Institute), Rotorua, New Zealand 2011 Blaine Harrington III

New Zealand Maori Tattoo called TA MOKO. uploaded from... NZ tattoo and art…

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New Zealand Maori Tattoo called TA MOKO. NZ tattoo and art festival face book pg. i like the green colour

Ta Moko

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Maori, Ta Moko and Kirituhi Tattoos | otautahi tattoo

Custom New Zealand Maori Ta Moko Kirituhi Pacific Tribal Side of Calf Piece Tattoo Design_tattoo gallery

Maori Moko | Maori man with ta moko (facial tattoo) and woman doing hongi ...

GOD ART: Beautiful Hue-Mans - Maori Mate (A Maori man with ta moko (facial tattoo) and woman doing hongi (traditional Maori greeting), Te Puia (New Zealand Maori Arts & Crafts Institute), Rotorua, New Zealand)

Ta moko, examples of indigenous Maori tattoos. Theme: Cultural signs and patterns. Idea from: Paterson J. et. al. 2017 IB Visual Arts Course Companion Oxford O.U.P.

Tatuagem Maori – Ta Moko

According to Māori mythology, tattooing (“tā moko”) commenced in the underworld, and their tattoos (“Moko”) are as unique to the wearer as their own fingerprints.