Love - Tattoowise
Fear beauty...? Studio shoot with Finn von Claret and Chance Koehnen. Starfish Studios, Seattle, WA. July 2009. Photography by Libby Bulloff. Shot with my Lensbaby Composer. Chance's tattoos by Stacie Jascott, Lit Fuse Tattoo, Olympia, WA.
"Honor Your Father and Mother"
just a weird moment
Done by Jers at Saint Sabrinas
My girlfriend and I both got this today 2/2/2009 for our 1 year anniversary. We got it done at Octopus Ink in Tacoma Washington. She really did slap me so I kissed her and check us out we've made it a year and were still going strong!
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I should have had the necklace dangling further down my arm so you see the best part of my tattoo. It's lost a lot of ink from my wrist to about halfway through the tattoo. The darker smoother spots are the words closer to my elbow pit. It looks terrible I need to get it touched up but I don't want to go back to the same place I had it done. Anyway. New Necklace. It doesn't look exactly like this anymore though, I edited it and it looks much nicer now. Will be listed soon.
My mate is in the process of having her tattoo removed from her arm. This is how it is looking so far. Slightly faded and looking worn away.
Three random tattoo ideas
April 19 110/366 While Danielle was tattooing me yesterday, I took a whole bunch of photos and made a joiner (photocollage, photomontage, hockney, whatever) of the event! This is inside Sanctuary Tattoo in Portland, Maine. She did a really beautiful job and I highly recommend her work to anyone thinking about getting a tattoo! It really helped me to have something to focus on while I was getting the tattoo. As it turns out, that is a particularly painful area to tattoo. I kept having these involuntary leg twitches whenever she got near the top of my foot or my achilles tendon. And I know I should have been ready for what it felt like since it was the second tattoo in the same spot! Trust me, 12 years does a lot to dull your memory of pain. Also, the first one took 15 minutes and was about two inches square. This was three hours of work, lots of color and a much larger surface area! But