Tatuagem hippie - Tattoowise
me in black and green KILT THIS kilt and black Jacobite shirt
Canadian ManWoman is a unique and controversial artist, bringing with him a message of peace and love tattooed all over.
Formerly Patrick Charles Kemball, ManWoman was born after a strange out-of-body experience where he believes he touched the Hand of God. ManWoman began a quest to regain the Gentle Swastika, the ancient peace symbol, misappropriated by the Nazis. His journey has included covering his body in over 200 tattoos, mostly Swastikas from cultures across the globe and also a third eye, inked in the centre of his forehead.
ManWoman has exhibited his artwork (including a series of 'sacred vaginas' and 'sacred penises') at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles and is collected by comedian Dan Aykroyd.
Jacky and I went to the local park and decided to do some "senior photo" style portraits. All shots are with natural light off of a reflector and shot with a Nikon D40
This one is my personal favorite of the bunch.
Pen drawing of 60's hippy chick
ComFest Goodale Park Columbus, Ohio www.comfest.com
An appealing gal caught in the festival crowd. I named her Iris, think the name suits her aura. Ozora Festival 2011
(unused tattoo design)
Hippie's Custom Tattoos 420 Mill Road in Wakefield Quebec. See Hippie's exotic signage on the left of the shop door.
i am loving this extraction thing! fun fun! this was from a series of shots for Violet Bella promo, www.violetbella.etsy.com . this shirt is from the awesome poor pitiful pearl, check her out: www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5563802
i really need to start taking pictures again...
that aren't from my phone.