Maori Tribal Tattoo - GOR-101513-14
Close up of Maori Tribal Tattoo.
Maori Tattooing, from the aboriginal people of New Zealand, is sacred from of family and personal identification; telling the story of a person's family, achievements, skills, and other social status information and details.
While other form derived from ancient tribal art, and have no significant meaning. They tend to be random patterns of lines and curves that are put together in order to create an abstract form of art.
"According to a 2006 Pew survey, 40% of Americans between the ages of 26 and 40 have been tattooed".