AIA LEU, Berber Tattooing Hajah Print


Fine Art archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Rag 308 gm paper, numbered and signed by the artist.



Portrait of Hajah’s ankle tattoos, Aia Leu © 1989.

A beautiful giclee fine art print on Hahnemühle Rag 308 gr paper:

size 30 x 25cm or  12 x 10 inches printed with archival pigment. Mount board and backing core included, complete and ready to frame.

40 x 30cm ( 16 x 12 inches ) size available.

Limited edition of 50 prints, signed and numbered by the artist.

Berber Tattooing in Morocco’s Middle Atlas

“Berber Tattooing” is a unique and tender record of the tribal skin art of Morocco’s Middle Atlas. The result of a series of chance encounters, Felix & Loretta’s Leu’s road trip in 1988, opened a doorway into the intimate world of the women of the Berber tribes.

Sensitively captured in drawings from the time, by Aia Leu, the faces of the Berber women speak of a tribal culture that was fast disappearing, even then.


Additional information

Weight 250 g
Dimensions 30 × 21 cm

size 20 x 30cm or 10 x 12 inches, size 30 x 40cm or 12 x 16 inches


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