Hamsa - Tattoowise
"If I Die Young" The Band Perry
Bob Queiroz Brazilian Tattoo Artist São Paulo - Brazil - firstname.lastname@example.org www.gellystatoo.com.br 55 11 3813-7239
(19/52) "Even now" by Dashboard confessional GREAT song! makes me cry every time i hear it... but it's still amazing! So it is a new year.... i've got a lot of new and exciting things happening... starting off I am now a vegetarian and have been for 13 days. It's not as hard as i thought it was going to be, it's actually pretty easy so far. I am a college grad now! Sooo the job hunting has begun and i have a group interview on Thursday with an ad agency in downtown Atlanta. Wish me lots of luck please! Also have a few trips coming up! Next month I'll be in Gatlinburg, TN staying in a cabin with the family for some much needed relaxation. March holds a roadtrip for me and my roomie to New Orleans for a citizen cope concert and exploration, I haven't been to Nola since Katrin
so each of the pieces are actually a tile from Israel, and one will be on each of my arms (upper sleeve)... but it might take a while, wording like that is intense detail.
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Earth Fair, April, 2009 Balboa Park, San Diego, California
This is my newest tattoo... i got it a few days before christmas. This symbol is called a Hamsa (it's Arabic) and it's suppose to keep evil and negative people/ emotions away. Hopefully it will also bring me a little good luck. I love it!
Hamsa with a 'Chai
Hamsa outline with the third eye.... 2 hours after completed. the whole Hamsa should be completed by the end of the month.
My first tattoo, a hamsa with a green evil eye. A hamsa is a symbol to bring good luck, protection, and happiness. Yes it hurt but not as bad as everyone made it out to be.
Done by Charles Perdices at the After School Bully Club in Pittsburgh, PA
Hamsa outline with the star of david.... 2 hours after completed. the whole Hamsa should be completed by the end of the month.
Three random tattoo ideas
“Japanese Tattoo Enthusiasts Convene in Tokyo – Men and women bearing unusual tattoo designs on their skins recently convened in Tokyo, Japan, where many curious [people came to] view the strange designs. Tattooing has been forbidden in Japan by law for the past twenty years. Above are some of the leading delegates to the convention.” Credit Line (ACME) 9/9/34. Vintage Press photo and Press release.