Indonesia - Tattoowise
The Shamans of Siberut - Mentawai
Back from a super fun trip in Bali to celebrate Zach & Amelyn's wedding - perfect intimate ceremony during sunset & infinity pool as backdrop, close friends & family having ball of a time dancing & enjoying ourselves.
That is what the true essence of a celebration should be. Here's the gorgeous couple in equally beautiful light. Happy weekend!
Time to include a few more 'tattooed youth' shots and what better way to do so than by revisiting some of my most popular models. For a long time my portrait of him
was my most viewed photo (now it is number two). I'm not sure what people saw when they looked at that photo. My feelings about it are coloured by his personality. He was an angry young man, and I don't mean that in any positive sense of railing against the world's injustices. If anything, he was possible one of those 'injustices'.
Srengsengsawah, Depok, Indonesia. We caught three plastic bags and a mutant snail!
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He had the best smile, complete with gold teeth! Originals shot with a Nikon FG in 1992.
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McDonald's Kuta Beach | McDelivery 20/03/2011 12h39 Most McDonald's restaurants (I rather think all of them) in Indonesia offer delivery service. In some cases even 24/7. McDonald's Kuta Beach Jalan Pantai Kuta Kuta - Bali (Indonesia) Telp: 14045 Featuring: Delivery - McCafé Store#: unknown Date of opening: unknown
Rasuna Apartment, Jakarta
Three random tattoo ideas
Henna: Hiral Photography: KD Russell - kdrussell.smugmug.com Model: Staci Barber
La fotógrafa catalana Isabel Muñoz nos muestra la realidad violenta de las “Maras”, las pandillas juveniles salvadoreñas. Se trata de una selección de fotografías realizadas en las cárceles de este país, en contacto directo con los presos, muestra la imaginería que construyen los miembros cautivos de estas pandillas de El Salvador a través del ritual de la piel tatuada. Isabel Muñoz (Barcelona, España, 1951) vive y trabaja en Madrid desde 1970. Centro Cultural de España, Montevideo, Uruguay.