epa06360664 Filipino Whang-od (L), known as the oldest living ‚mambabatok’ (tattoo artist) of Kalinga Province at an age believed to be between 94 and 99 years-old, tattoos her signature (three dots) on a traveler at her home village of Buscalan, Tinglayan Municipality of Kalinga Province, northern Philippines, 29 November 2017 (issued 01 December 2017). Living on a mountain, more than 400 kilometers north of the Philippine capital of Manila, Whang-od has for most of her life practiced the traditional tattoo art of the Kalinga people, using charcoal soot for ink and thorns from pomelo trees as needles. While there have been calls for Whang-od to be considered for recognition as a National Artist, she is being considered for the National Living Treasures Award. EPA/ROLEX DELA PENA ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET Dostawca: PAP/EPA.

Filipiny: tatuaże Whang Od [GALERIA]

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Filipnk, Whang-od, znana jako najstarsza „mambabatok” (czyli artystka tatuażu), wykonuje je na na ciałach turystów i lokalnych filipińczyków. 

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