Horimono - Tattoowise

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DSCN1932 Traditional Japanese back-piece

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Traditional Japanese back-piece by Rob Admiraal (Amsterdam).
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Portrait of a Dancer no rules, no

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no rules, no limitations, no boundaries it's like an art™ © All Rights Reserved by ajpscs "harajuku rockabilly/youtube" To dance is to be out of yourself. Larger, more beautiful, more powerful. Agnes De Mille
dragon finished on 3/13,

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finished on 3/13, tattoo by Lil Tokyo Jiro
The Ghost of Seigen Haunts Sakurahime Inspired by a

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Inspired by a Tsukioka Yoshitoshi woodblock print Tattooed by Clifton Carter of Tattoo City SF
DSCF0586 Session #3... black

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Session #3... black & grey cloud shading. From 1:00pm to 4:30pm, 7-25-08. Note the "breath" by the lion-dog's mouth. Tattoo by Da Wei Tattoo. www.daweitattoo.com/
Tattoo outline, back Tattoo artist: David

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Tattoo artist: David Sena, Rising Dragon Tattoo, NYC (12/20/07)
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Read more about Tattoo in Japan on Needled.com's blog. You can purchase it from Hermansky Books in Europe, Last Gasp Books in the US or from Amazon UK.
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Read more about Sarah's amazing backpiece in progress -- by Stephanie Tamez of NY Adorned -- on Needles and Sins: www.needlesandsins.com/2009/04/evolution-of-a-backpiece.html
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the origin of love tattoo is finally

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tattoo is finally healed. "Before launching his speech, Aristophanes warns the group that his eulogy to love may be more absurd than funny. His speech is an explanation of why people in love say they feel "whole" when they have found their love partner. It is, he says, because in primal times people were globular spheres who wheeled around like clowns doing cartwheels. There were three sexes: the all male, the all female, and the "androgynous," who was half man, half woman. The creatures tried to scale the heights of heaven and planned to set upon the gods. Zeus thought about just blasting them to death with thunderbolts, but did not want to deprive himself of their devotions and offerings, so he decided to cripple them by chopping them in half. After chopping the people in half, Zeus turned half their faces around and pulled the skin tight and stitched it up to form the belly button. Ever since that time, people run around saying they are