New Zealand | A cropped image of the original painting of Tamati Waka Nene (c.1785-1871) by Gottfried Lindauer, in 1890. | Tamati Waka Nene was a warrior and chieftan of the Ngati-Hoa tribe in the early 19th century.

Maori tattoos are part of the culture of the Indigenous people of New Zealand. Maori facial tattoos never cross the midline of the face and were used to instil fear in invaders.

Estas Fotos da Maior Gangue da Nova Zelândia Vão te Assustar | VICE | Brasil

Estas Fotos da Maior Gangue da Nova Zelândia Vão te Assustar

New Zealand photographer Jono Rotman got unprecedented access to around 200 members of the Mongrel Mob. We asked how he did it.

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Face it, Americans, we'll never be this cool no matter what we ink. Maori new zealand tattoos

Plzeň: Triumfální návrat plzeňského Gauguina (Gottfried Lindauer - Pilsen Painter of the New Zeland Māori) - stavitele-katedral.cz

Gottfried Lindauer - Pilsen, Painter of the New Zeland Māori -

with his face painted to resemble traditional tribal tattoo designs , a maori man sticks out his tongue in a warrior pose stock photo

with his face painted to resemble traditional tribal tattoo designs , a maori man sticks out his tongue in a warrior pose stock photo

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Māori Warrior with a full facial Moko. Ta Moko differs from a tribal facial tattoos in that they are also carved into the face with a chisel.

Ihaka Whaanga #maoritattoosface

Ihaka Whaanga #maoritattoosface

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