These simplistic fineline scrips are each surrounded by a small oneline design. One has the moon behind it, and the other is featuring two persons kissing each other.
Originally, the Moko gave insight to a man’s tribal affiliation and social ranking.
“Every shape, pattern and symbol told a story of his unique background and offered an insightful connection to his integrity and whakapapa. However, what you see today isn’t always a precise representation of the past. A lot of the patterns used today are for aesthetic reasons.”
The Patterns on this arm are blocked in 3 big rectangles. These rectangles get cut into much smaller ones and filled with geometric patterns that are also often used in Polynesian Tattoos. On the Back of the arm three different but similar patterns form a stripe that runs down the whole piece, which lets everything band together even nicer. ( seen in the left picture )
Such a delicate thing. The clef represents THE symbol to shows that you are into music. This minitattoo got tattooed with a extremely fine line aesthetic and sits snug behind the ear, wich is a fitting place if you think about it. :)
The Oryx head got tattooed in a blackwork tattoo style. Only black ink got used, no gray, no shading. It's a piece looking like it was made on the computer, with it's really graphic design.
Small simplistic maori partner tattoo. If you know nothing about polynesian tattoos you might mistake it for a geometric looking blackwork symbol. Regardless it's a nice timeless piece, perfect for a never-ending relationship.
Small but gold. This classic looking old-school panther tattoo is a nice reminder of the simple but effective shading techniques and colour choices. You can't go wrong with old school. Bold will hold!
These two axes in the middle of the torso got tattooed in a simplistic way. Only lines, no shading, with some fine lines on the handles for a nice-looking wood effect.
The Maori are indigenous people that originated in New Zealand. They have a form of body art, known as moko but more commonly referred to as Maori tattooing. The art form was brought to the Maori from Polynesia and is considered highly sacred. Great finished Maori addon half-sleeve. This tattoo is featuring some patterns inspired by Polynesian and Maori tattoos. The Turtle fits perfect ontop of the delta-muskle and creates a nice center point for the tattoo.
Wich side are you choosing? The tattoo shows the two symbols of the ongoing rivalry of the rebellion and the empire. If you take a look inside the symbols, you can see a very detailed second Deathstar, with a lot of fine lines and great shading. The clean outlines surrounding the emblems create a well-balanced and readable design.
This is the real deal! A full backpiece in a Japanese aesthetic. You can see the crazy number of details our Tattoo-artist went through. The scales, feathers, leafs just everything looks fantastic in this tattoo, and the colour accents round it all off. Amazing piece by our Asian expert Neumie!
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This dragon on the forearm got some nice details to it. The many scales and hairs give the dragon a nice look. The horns got some nice shading and with that little bit of dots sprinkled onto them, gives the horns a nice structure. The tattoo sits perfectly on the arm and looks amazing from every angle. Great job on our tattoo artists' part, and nice custom design!