Gallery of hindu tattoos in hands - Tattoowise
Black and grey work in progress
Tattoo by Ed Milburn
Blackbird Tattoo and Gallery
2306 12th Avenue South
Happy Belated Anniversary to us. : ) My husband & I celebrated our one year anniversary on November 12th -- we've been married only a year, but joined at the heart & soul for almost 5 years. We went to a Wine Tasting (my first!) and felt like the oddballs out. A few glasses of wine later, we fit in perfectly. : ) i couldn't imagine spending the rest of my life with anyone else. he has been so good to me all these years, and put up with way more than anyone should ever have to... more than anyone would ever want to. we've had our highs & lows, but it only makes the two of us stronger. stronger together... stronger parents to Madeline. i love you, matty. week 27 of 52.
Tattoo man~ 4 hours work by Photoshop. Hope u like it _____ p.s. Inspired by Sdbarber works
An Indian bride showing her mehendi during her wedding. A Hindu wedding includes a number of religious rites before and during the nuptials, and Mehendi play a vital role in it, so much so that no Indian marriage is considered complete without it! The reddish brown color of Mehendi - which stands for the prosperity that a bride is expected to bring to her new family - is considered most auspicious for all wedding-related ceremonies.
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One of the artists on my press bucket list, I’ve wanted to write up a feature on John Felix Arnold III since I met him at a café show in Bernal Heights three years ago. At that time, I was actively publicizing the works of artists showing at the now deceased Babylon Falling bookstore, which included David Young V, Robert Bowen, David Ball, and C3. Unfortunately, I never quite got the chance to cover Felix at the bookstore, because I only became aware of his work directly after his show had ended. With Old Crow Tattoo in Oakland, California actively showing Felix’s work, thankfully, I’ve gotten another chance to chat with him about what inspires his expansive, post-apocalyptic installations. I stopped by his show "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" to get the shots and make up for lost time.
Read the rest of the story here: www.warholian.com/2012/07/28/john-felix-arnold-iii-2/
All photos by Megan Wolfe for Warholian.
Expo Eastmen Gallery Hasselt