There are many sports athletes with tattoos. Zane Swanston; business owner of Zealand Tattoo, has tattooed a number of New Zealand athletes including The Black Caps Captain; Brendon McCullum and Owen Franks; former All Blacks and Crusaders prop. Have you ever wondered how to show peace, love or passion within a tattoo? Here at Zealand […]
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Since Christchurch is undergoing a serious re-vamp, engineers and trade specialists have come from all over the world to give us a hand! Being a leading Christchurch Tattoo studio as well as Maori Design specialists, Zealand Tattoo happy to give these willing immigrants their unique Maori Tattoo to remember their experience here in New Zealand. […]
Want to get a unique Maori Tattoo form the team at Zealand but can’t get all the way to Christchurch to do it?? Well we have some excellent news! Zealand Tattoos new Online design service can provide you with an amazing Tattoo via email so that you can have an original Maori Design, made specifically […]
An amazing new geometric tattoo style has recently cropped up. Started by Peter Aurisch of Berlin, Germany, the usual front-runner of Post Modern fine arts, now in Body Art as well. Tattoos are certainly working their way up in our perception of What Is Art.
Jason Royale (More FM), decided he wanted to get a tattoo as a memorial to the earthquakes Christchurch has recently suffered. The roses represent his Mum, Dad and my wife. The microphone is his career and the praying hands are a “Shout out to the man upstairs for keeping us safe.” as he puts it. […]
Mana has been doing some awesome tattoos in a Maquetian influenced style, similar to ‘The Rocks’ and just as good, if not better!
Tattooing – more specifically Maori tattooing – was brought to New Zealand from Polynesia by the Maori tribes. Their distinct kind of tattoo known as “moko” which is a tattoo on the chin, has become quite popular in recent years. Some artists have also incorporated traditional Maori designs and concepts in their own New Zealand […]
New Zealand is home to the Maori peoples, a formerly nomadic ethnic group from Polynesia which migrated to New Zealand centuries ago. The Maori created a unique process of tattooing known as ta moko. They perfected the art, bringing it with them from Polynesia to New Zealand. It has grown in popularity over the last few years, not only among the Maori descendants, but also among other people.
Getting a tattoo isn’t a complicated process, although you think about it well before you rush ahead to get one. Remember, once you get a tattoo it will be permanent, and you might regret having something you don’t really like later on. Here are some tips to help you decide if you should get a tattoo:
Finding a good tattoo studio in New Zealand, or anywhere else for that matter, requires a bit of effort. It really doesn’t take much, and the rewards for finding a good tattoo shop are well worth a few days of snooping around. Since it is essential that you only get the best tattoos at the best price, follow these suggestions that might help you find your own piece of tattoo heaven