Manu Farrarons is renowned for his work using traditional Marquesan, Tahitian and Polynesian patterns with Maori and Hawaiian influences.
LOS ANGELES, CA, January 23, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Manu Farrarons has been inducted into Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
Having accrued more than 30 years of unmatched experience and skill in tattooing, Mr. Farrarons is renowned for his work using traditional Marquesan, Tahitian and Polynesian patterns with Maori and Hawaiian influences. At his studio, Mana'o Tattoo in Los Angeles, each tattoo he crafts is a freehand unique creation. based on the wearer's wishes, ideas, life and story. Previously, Mr. Farrarons flourished as the owner of the Mana'o Tattoo Studio in Tahiti from 2003 to 2015.
Also specializing in Japanese style and other black and grey designs, Mr. Farrarons is distinguished in his field, backed by numerous awards and accolades. In 2018, he was featured in the December issue of Tattoo Magazine USA. Honored with First Placement at the Polynesia Tatau Convention in 2013, he was also celebrated as the Second Best Polynesian in the Male and Female categories at the Sydney Tattoo Expo in Australia in 2010. Moreover, Mr. Farrarons was recognized as the Best of Day at the New Zealand Tattoo & Art Festival in 2016, the Best Tribal Artist at the Art Gathering of LA in 2016, the Best Tribal Artist at INK N IRON in 2008, 2011 and 2015 and the Best of Day at the Tattoonesia Convention in Moorea, French Polynesia, in 2005.
Mr. Farrarons was notably featured in the France Télévisions television documentary "Tatau, la culture d'un art" in 2014. He was additionally active as the president of the jury for the 2014 Polynesia Tatau Convention in Tahiti. Beginning his career as a tattoo artist at Jordi's Tattoo Shop in 1991, he subsequently worked at such Los Angeles-based studios as Zulu Tattoo and Royal Heritage Tattoo. Selected as a cultural ambassador for the national Tahitian airline Air Tahiti Nui based on his career and familiarity with the Polynesian culture, Mr. Farrarons further excelled as a teacher at Education Nationale in Tahiti from 1986 to 2003, where he taught school children while tattooing in his spare time.
As a testament to his expertise in his field, Mr. Farrarons obtained a Bachelor of Science in geography and history from Ecole Normale Mixte de Polynésie Française in French Polynesia in 1989. Attributing his success to his specialization of Polynesian symbols and traditional tattoos, he has created many styles that are currently used by thousands of tattoo artists around the world. Inspired by his father, a tattoo artist who mentored him and allowed him to practice by the age of 15, Mr. Farrarons hopes to continue sharing his wealth of knowledge with young tattoo artists throughout the United States while opening additional tattoo studios in such East Coast locations as Miami and New York City.
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