Destiny - Tattoowise
This is the tattoo I got the day before I turned 30, so I could say I got it "in my 20s."
not sure how i feel about this one. fun with roaches, el oh el.
Instead of trying to get a current essay out the way I stated on this, I started doing a line art portrait while at college but got frustrated and turn the computer off..... This time I finished it! Dunno what I was thinking with the pose :-S
For my 26th birthday, I went and had a new tattoo done. Just wanted to share tattoo number 3 with all of you. This is on my right wrist wrapping almost all the way around. There are a total of 6 symbols. 2 symbols make up each word. The first two stand for daughter, the middle two stand for Destiny and the last two sand for Twilight. I had it done in the thick tribal black.
certe volte quello che desideriamo davvero è ad un passo da noi....eppure è così difficile afferrarlo..... ci vuole tanto coraggio.....quel coraggio che forse manca a me.....
Destiny and sabu posing for some sunset pictures at Kakaaka Park, Honolulu Hawaii.
Tattoo of the Sad Wings of Destiny cover from Judas Priest. Artist is Patrick Woodroffe
Three random tattoo ideas
EMPATHICS, Acrylic on wood panel, 10 x 10" (25.4 cm. X 25.4 cm.) November 2008, Los angeles This painting, (and 3 others) will be shown and sold at this years "ART BASEL MIAMI" in Miami Florida December 4 - 7, ( www.artbaselmiamibeach.com/go/id/ss/ ) If you are interested in the purchase of this piece, please e-m to firstname.lastname@example.org This painting illustrates some of my fancies about human communication in a higher age of human evolution. I dream of communicating "empathically" through technological enhancements to our abilities. Empathy is superior to telepathy, and certainly to verbal language. It is to communicate with emotion. This would be a grand language! There would be little chance of misunderstanding. I've been reading about "Transhumanisum" … "A term often used as a synonym for "human enhancement". Also known as "Posthumanisum". It is an international, intellectua
Whether you call it "Ink", "Tats", "Art", "Pieces", or "Work", tattooists are gaining support as “Artists” with many mainstream art galleries holding exhibitions of tattoo designs.
Locally, the Schulman Gallery is exhibiting “tattoo art: Artwork by area tattoo artists before it touches the skin” through September 10, 2011. I applaud the artists and the curator....the exhibit is definitely worth checking out!
The Schulman Gallery is located on the campus of Luzerne County Community College in Nanticoke, Pennsylvania.
To learn more about the artists themselves and the exhibit, go to The Times Leader at: