Polynesian tattoos can be found on the "A Polynesian Tattoo" website. There are also images of Polynesian tattoos and details about the history of the body art on the Polynesian Tribal Tattoo website.
The Enata is one of the most common Polynesian tattoos. The body art serves as a symbol for both man and God and can use used to signify a major life event, such as the birth of a baby. Spearheads are also common in Polynesian tattoo art. These images are symbols for courage. The tattoos can be inked in black so that the shape of the images is very apparent, although some Polynesian tattoos are bright colors like red or blue.