Here’s a lady really going the distance for her owlets, done on Tanika from Australia. Made @ Saved Tattoo, 2012.
Here’s a news story about the Claremont Canyon owl (and her owlets) who we saw hiking in Berkeley. Not only did this nature event semi-inspire this tattoo, but it features “(wo)man on the street” testimony from our friend Jessica Parkupuncture!
Look out! She’s got a knife! Made last time ‘round at Portland’s Scapegoat Tattoo, 2011.
See more at http://chrisodonnelltattoo.wordpress.com/
Whether or not you have tattoos, Ink Stories — a new series of documentary shorts about tattoo artists and those inspired by the aesthetic, should still definitely interest you. In the first episode of the series, we’re introduced to Daniel “Ronnie” Ronson, a young squire apprenticing to learn the art and business of professional tattooing at London’s Jayne Doe, while honing his own unique art style. Like many tattoo artists before him, Ronson’s burden is simply “trying to make something your own, that’s already been done.”
INCREDIBLE by PHILIP YARNELL
Well this is just cute
“Worked on this Frankenstein inspired sleeve today. Started this a while back and finally getting close to finishing it.”
“Getting back into this Africa big 5 sleeve today. The buffalo is next on the forearm.”
More details HERE