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A tattoo artist for over twenty years, Po'oino Yrondi grew up in Polynesia, in the Marquesas Islands, and Moorea. He began by getting tattoos there before tattooing himself to assert the cultural identity of these islands. He then moved to Hawaii, where his growing fame led him to tattoo the actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, making Po'oino Yrondi one of the main players in Polynesian tattooing. In the 2000's, on the advice of his father Garrick Yrondi, he himself a ceramist and painter, Po'oino also started working in ceramics. He trained at the Centre National de Formation aux Métiers d'Art et de la Céramique (CNIFOP) in Saint-Amand en Puisaye, Burgundy. From the beginning, he had the idea of decorating his ceramics with the Polynesian motifs he uses for his tattoos. In 2014, he moved to Saint-Amand to open a tattoo parlour and his own ceramic workshop. A versatile artist proud of his mixed race background, Po'oino Yrondi continues to explore his roots through expressive and unique creations.


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A well-known tattoo artist, a versatile creative, and a ceramist who cultivates a mixture of arts and traditions, Po’oino works with a specific clay, Saint-Amand stoneware. The glazes he uses are developed by him and the types of firing vary from electricity to wood.

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