Ver fotos de tatu - Tattoowise
Sesión de foto; Modelo; Ruymán Sosa Fotógrafo; Marcos Rivero Zona; Vegueta Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Tattoo by Tim Baxley Southside Tattoo & Piercing 1597 White Way East Point, Ga 30344 (404) 781-8000 www.SouthsideTattoo.net
DJ EvadE's turntable tattoo...The only turntable where no scratching is allowed! This was based on a stencil design which we shrunk down to 2"x3"... double, no, triple! cool coz this is his scratching arm and he loves graffiti even more than I do. Plus he's been my favorite DJ since day 1. So this is his payback for all those mixtapes. XD
amsterdam may 1994 tattoo convention at "Beurs van Berlage" best.... ta-tau # 8 on black feel free to visit my web site reply with dark © All rights reserved. Use without permission is illegal
Mi primito 'Pequeño'.
Unknown girl @ gms brazil tour - clube do congresso - brasilia - DF - Brasil
www.micaeltattoo.com.br/ Photo: Micael F.
View On Black and BiGGeR Ésta foto no pertenece a la serie de Once Upon a Time, pero sí la hice el mismo día en la misma sesión. Estaba mirando a ver si algunas fotos se salvaban, y rescaté esta. Pocas más se salvan XD
(These little tribal stars line up when the feet do...)
TARZIA TATTOO - TATUAGEM & PIERCING - GUAIANASES - SÃO PAULO/SP - ERICK TARZIA - VEJA MAIS FOTOS E DESENHOS PARA TATUAGEM ACESSANDO O SITE: www.tarzia-tattoo.com ou dúvidas através do E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org e MSN: email@example.com
Tattoo Convention Vaduz 2010 His homepage: www.freibeuter-tattoo.ch/
The word "tattoo" is Polynesian. (To be exact, tatu comes from the Marquesan language. The Marquesas are a heavily Spanish-influence archipelago that is now part of French Polynesia). The word means "to tap" and is derived from the ancient method of tattooing, in which a fine comb made of shark's tooth or boar bone was tied to a long stick. The comb was dipped in ink and placed over the skin, while the long stick was tapped with a shorter stick to drive the comb into the skin. (You can see a video here .) Women and men both had tattoos. Often a tattoo was a symbol of one's profession. While I was in Polynesia I saw many elderly women with tattoos like lace covering their hands. I was told this meant they were midwi