Pinoy tribe - Tattoowise
michael visited Frank to have his tattoo done in IMMORTAL TATTOO SHOP in Tiendesitas Ortigas Pasig City Manila Philippines www.immortaltattooshop.com email: email@example.com mobile# 0927 8902103 tel. (02) 7759892
It's interesting how jealousy can cause me to make changes in my life. In this case, I felt ugly, so I made the change to a different hairstyle to attempt and feel sexier. Not sure if it's working, but I needed a change.
Model: Ivan Carmona. Imagesmith Studio. Best viewed here View On Black
Shot in Siberut, Mentawai Islands, West Sumatra, Indonesia Follow my Asian trip and other projects facebook - twitter - TED Rules - tumblr
View On Black India. Arunachal Pradesh. Hong, Apatani village. Tattooing and the stuffing of large nose plugs (yaping hullo) were once popular among the women, although this practice has gradually fallen into decline in recent years. This practice is believed to have started because the women wanted to look unattractive to males from neighboring tribes. Apatani women were considered to be the most beautiful ones among all the Arunachal tribes. Younger members of this community have stopped this traditional practice. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apatani
DUTDUTAN '07 The Philippine Tattoo Xpo December 15, 2007
Is that the remains of a bludgeoned dolphin?!
In the Kalinga region (North Luzon), the use of tattoos for body decoration, in case of women, and as a symbol of being a warrior, in case of men, was a very popular practice among tribes people but it's becoming a lost art. This practice of drawing on the skin is performed using soot mixed with water and kisi needles. The different patterns range from rinafarafat (fern-like), sinongchar (straight line), inob-ofog (mat-like), kinakadjaman (centipede-like), and minanmanuk (chicken-like). Chananau, Kalinga Province. Philippines Photo by Nuno Reis Goncalves