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ephemeral art | Ngairo Rakai Hikuroa

Tā moko is the art of facial and body tattooing among the Māori of New Zealand, Portrait of Ngairo Rakai Hikuroa, 1873 byGottfried Lindauer

Detail photos: Poi Tāniko — Te ngau a Tāne by Karl Rangikawhiti Leonard [KX100601]

Poi Tāniko — Te ngau a Tāne by Karl Rangikawhiti Leonard, Māori artist

Maori Art, Nz Art, Polynesian Tattoos, Kiwiana, Black Work, Vector Design, Art Ideas, Macrame, Artworks

Taniko Work - Taniko Creations            TANIKO CREATIONS             TANIKO CREATIONS

Taniko Work - Taniko Creations TANIKO CREATIONS TANIKO CREATIONS

Black and white taniko pattern band

Black and white taniko pattern band

Poi Tāniko — Te ngau a Tāne by Karl Rangikawhiti Leonard

Poi Tāniko — Te ngau a Tāne by Karl Rangikawhiti Leonard - Medium: muka (New Zealand flax fibre), tāwhero, paru (dyes)

pattern.

patterns with a dominant chevron shape that are either plain (Aramoana - ocean waves) or have a serrated appearance (Tukemata)

ME001765 Kete Taniko

Kete Taniko - Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

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