Star - Tattoowise
new cover-up tattoo on foot
No siempre te dejas ver. No siempre me dejas verte.
[Taken in Paris (France) - 19Sep10]
This photo is part of a shooting I did during the 4th Parisian Tattoo Art Fest.
Most of the photos won't be shown here, being part of a book project.
So, better see it as a making-of shot.
See all the photos of this event, chronologically put, in this set : 17-19Sep10 - Tattoo Art Fest [Event]
See all the body art photos in this set : [Body Art]
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Photography: Beatriz Slumber (Feeding on Slumber) Model & retouch: Me.
If I see interesting people I try to discover and then capture as much detail as I can. Normally, my head does the job. But since I currently take my cam with me everywhere I go, it functions as some kind of second eye and extended memory. In this case: I will always pay attention to people's shoes. And I loved all of these.
Three random tattoo ideas
Yantra tattooing, also called sak yant (Thai: สักยันต), is a form of sacred tattooing practiced in Southeast Asian countries including Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand. Sak means "to tap [tattoo]", and yant, derived from the Sanskrit word yantra, means "sacred geometrical design." Sak yant designs are normally tattooed by wicha (magic) practitioners and Buddhist monks, traditionally with a long bamboo stick sharpened to a point (called a mai sak) or alternatively with a long metal spike (called a khem sak).