Haida - Tattoowise
©2011 Corey Moraes, photo courtesy of Inuit Gallery www.coreymoraes.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Note the blue-into-black shading... very nice :)
Self made design for a tribal tattoo. represents a lobster and turtle. based on haida art combined with maori print on the back.
i'm pretty pleased with the way this has turned out. been a long time in the making. rivers lead up to purple silhouetted mountains with aurora lights in the sky above. sky turns into space where a haida style whale, sun, & raven (not visible in this photo) as well as the constellation orion all reside. i traded out this entire tattoo for massage! :) CUSTOM PIECE! PLEASE DO NOT STEAL!
Souvenir from Canada
Oregon. 10 sec. timer on, camera sitting on a rock. I'm not mad. I just don't see the point in "smile for the camera". Not for this kind of photo anyway.
did this haida indian style canada geese tattoo in.. where else? CANADA! tattoo by dublin ireland tattoo artist 'Pluto'
This is the tattoo I have on my left shoulder. I need help coloring it in... Traditional Haida colors are red and black... but let's be creative. I have a few ideas on my page.
Close up Haida artwork completed with all of the fill ins. This was done at Bears Skin Art - www.tattoosbybear.com
haida sun indian tattoo by dublin ireland tattoo artist 'Pluto'
...or a pshop mockup of how i might like said tattoo.
Not a tattoo but a freehand marker drawing on Matt's back. He wanted to see what a backpiece would look like on him so I obliged. He ended up getting a design of his own creation later on: www.flickr.com/photos/hypersapiens/304016611/in/set-72157...
custom piece! DO NOT STEAL!
He had these two wierd shaped cones on his back ( you can see part of other side) madde them both into haida style whales! this photo taken before red added and other side done, unfortunatley cant find photo finished tattoo by dublin ireland tattoo artist 'Pluto'
Three random tattoo ideas
Stop global warming poster This is a social campaign designed to raise public awareness on global warming. Idea, photo and art direction by Veronica Duriavig.
Stump left after the amputation of the arm of a 27 year old man. The man was injured in a road traffic accident. Amputation is performed when a limb is so badly damaged that it is beyond repair. The scar seen on the man's back at upper right is where a section of his skin was taken to graft onto another injury on his scalp. See image M336/057 for a detailed view of that scar, and M336/056 for a view of the graft on his scalp.