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Bontoc Ink

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The lost art of tattoo on Bontoc women in Bontoc, Mountain Province, Philippines. This is a presentation by Evona Patingan during her high school days at Mountain Province General Comprehensive High …

The lost art of tattoo on Bontoc women in Bontoc, Mountain Province, Philippines. This is a presentation by Evona Patingan during her high school days at Mountain Province General Comprehensive High School. The presentation is a documentation of her culture as a member of the Bontoc tribe.

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  • 1. EVONA PATINGAN Bontoc, Mountain Province
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    • FATEK is the word used to call the tattoo on the hands of the old women in Bontoc. They say, they had it because it beautifies the body and it looks good when they dance the traditional dance, the “sagni ”
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  • 5. BLACK BEANS/FALATONG
  • 6. TIK-TIKO
  • 7. BLACK BEANS/ FALATONG
  • 8. LADDER/TEY-TEY
  • 9. ALAD
  • 10. ALAD
  • 11. CENTIPEDE
  • 12. KHALU
  • 13. Nanannay kay ina ngag na..?
  • 14. Into? An-a man Sa tokwifi..
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    • THE END… c”.)
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    • Hope that you learned something about fatek..!!!
    • Thanks a lot to ina Comaya, ikit Awad and ikit Lapo who patiently answered our questions about this wonderful and indigenous hand tattoo . HAIL TO THESE WOMEN WHO BRAVED THE PAINS OF TATTOOING!!!