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Tico - Hononga

Added on May 13th, 2013

Tico - Hononga

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2018

Inspired by "Hononga"

Family, union

The moray eels on the right represent the difficulties in the past of Jerry, who requested this design for his left arm. The koru symbolizes a new start, and it´s surrounded by the sun as a symbol of positivity leading to him and to his wife, represented by the two turtles moving in the same direction with the front flippers joined to form a double spiral (eternity, meeting), with a seashell ...

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