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Maori of New Zealand. Each male Maori's tattoo is specific and no two are ever the same. The markings literally represent them as a person and at times are copied onto artifacts to remember them by after passing. Tatouage Maori - He tattooed half his face and body to honor his Maori heritage, and left his other side bare to honor his identity in the modern world.

John Brian Brake OBE (27 June 1927 – 4 August 1988) was a photographer from New Zealand. Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Brake was the adopted son of John Samuel Brake and his wife Jennie Brake (née Chiplin)

John Brian Brake OBE (27 June 1927 – 4 August 1988) was a photographer from New Zealand. Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Brake was the adopted son of John Samuel Brake and his wife Jennie Brake (née Chiplin). He was raised initially at Doyleston, before his father moved the family to Arthur's Pass, where his father owned the general store, and Christchurch, where he attended Christchurch Boys' High School

Brian Hensley Photography, Palm Harbor, Florida.

Brian Hensley Photography, Palm Harbor, Florida.

Moscow in winter was Brake’s first big assignment. He photographed the usual attractions of Red Square, the Bolshoi Ballet and so on, but he also followed a common approach of post-war magazine photography of visiting an ordinary family and spending time with them, photographing them until they were no longer self-conscious. This was published in Illustrated as I take tea and TV with the Kootenovs, one in a five-part series on Moscow by Brake.

Brian Brake was a photographer from New Zealand, worked as freelance . In 1985 he helped establish the New Zealand Centre for Photography. Brian Brake died at Titirangi of a heart attack in 1988

Brian Brake was a photographer from New Zealand, worked as freelance photographer in Europe, Africa and Asia. The images were published in the best-selling book New Zealand, gift of the sea (1963). The book remained in print for over a decade and was republished in an entirely new format and with different images, but the same title, in 1990. In 1965 Nigel Cameron and Brake published Peking: A tale of three cities, which was dedicated to Brake's father, John Brake. Brian Brake died at Titirangi of a heart attack in 1988.