Karanga Ink Studio

Tattoo arts are common in the Eastern Polynesian homeland of the Māori people, and the traditional implements and methods employed were similar to those used in other parts of Polynesia.[4] In pre-European Māori culture, many if not most high-ranking persons received moko.

Karanga Ink Studio

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