Belt - Tattoowise
What's behind this guy's big smile? Have you seen his bride?
Today's outfit! Geoff doubted this blazer at first but I like it bunches. It's getting too big, though. Striped Blazer, Rag-O-Rama trade Limited sheer blouse, thrifted BDG Mid Rise Burnt Orange Cigarettes, UO White House Black Market shoes, thrifted Faux antique necklace, UO Hazy Days Sunnies, UO Black belt with gold hardware, thrifted Total cost of outfit = $30 Taken with 5D Mark ii. Tumblr | Blog | Lookbook | Chictopia
Denim Dress: Forever 21 $25
White Ruffle Top: Walmart (Miley Cyrus + Max Azria) $12
Tights: c/o We Love Colors
Flats: Kmart $13
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London (Ontario) Pride: 25 July 2010
15-04-2010 sometimes we can be cute.
picture with and by Nemesis
My BJJ coach showing his son's name tattooed on his forearm.
Stencil style Scott Charles Bigelow aka Bam Bam Bigelow vector
tattoos by Jimmy Gobeil (sleeve) and Joel Conroy (bird[s])
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After idling milling around Best Buy for an hour, I headed to the checkout and was told by the greeter that check stand 3 was free. As I looked closer at her, I was struck by how interesting and decorated the young woman was with ink. After I finalized my transaction, I decided to approach her. After a polite introduction, Princess informed me that she was indeed interested in modeling and that her dream was to get onto the pages of tattoo magazines liked 'Inked'. So we exchanged contact info and agreed to set up a time to shoot. A week and a half later, we met in Pittsburg, CA for the session... more images and video at kandidz.wordpress.com
This awesome Japanese (?) guy and girl were walking together at Fuji Rock 2009 in Japan. They were nice enough to stop and pose for a photo. Check out the cool tattoos (including neck, chest, legs, hands, and even face tattoos), matching red hair, and Fuji Rock fashion on both of them.
Three random tattoo ideas
I got this woodcut as a tattoo first for the aesthetics of it--I love how woodcuts translate into tattoos--and then because of the way I'm drawn to death and mortality as portrayed in art, especially memento mori works and art that captures how different people's attitudes towards death that are . That said, those heavier themes are definitely lightened by the cool little guy riding the devil's tail! Tattoo by: Eric Doyle, Jinx Proof, Washington, D.C. www.jinxprooftattoos.com/
Colour looks better imo