Tā moko is the art of facial and body tattooing among the Māori of New Zealand and is one of the world's most unique, complex and beautiful tattoo traditions. This is a portrait of Chief Ngairo Rakai Hikuroa by Gottfried Lindauer,
Hand-made child's embroidered and decorated silk hat, representing a tiger. Hmong (Miao) people, Guizhou Province, China, A tiger hat scares away evil spirits or fools them into thinking that the child is a fearsome animal.
a wood carving showing the way faces were tattooed in the Soloman island with geometric shapes and lines [b]Top:[/b] Collected by Alan Herbert Coltart and donated by Mrs A. Coltart in Collected by and purcha.