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I Would Love This As A Tattoo ^×^

I Would Love This As A Tattoo ^×^

This piece of art has been created by Malvina, who works as a tattoo artist at Scratchline Tattoo, Kentish Town.  She specialises in geometric and graphic tattoo styles Tattoo Art, Geometric, Graphic, Black, Grey, White, Red, Birds, Skulls:

This piece of art has been created by Malvina, who works as a tattoo artist at Scratchline Tattoo, Kentish Town. She specialises in geometric and graphic tattoo styles Tattoo Art, Geometric, Graphic, Black, Grey, White, Red, Birds, Skulls:

This piece of art has been created by Malvina, who works as a tattoo artist at Scratchline Tattoo, Kentish Town. She specialises in geometric and graphic tattoo styles Her Specialities include Tattoo Art, Geometric, Graphic, Black, Grey, Red, Birds, Skulls

This piece of art has been created by Malvina, who works as a tattoo artist at Scratchline Tattoo, Kentish Town. She specialises in geometric and graphic tattoo styles Her Specialities include Tattoo Art, Geometric, Graphic, Black, Grey, Red, Birds, Skulls

The New Orleans Tattoo Museum has a private tattoo studio, contemporary tattoo art gallery, and a tattoo museum and archive.

The New Orleans Tattoo Museum has a private tattoo studio, contemporary tattoo art gallery, and a tattoo museum and archive.

my Grandpa has a dagger tattoo and when he passes im going to get a tattoo exactly like his in everyway shape and form same arm and everything, then put his date of birth and when he passed away (in year form) on the top and one of his famous funny sayings "Being dead cant be that bad, I ain't ever met a man that from back from it." on both sides of the dagger.

my Grandpa has a dagger tattoo and when he passes im going to get a tattoo exactly like his in everyway shape and form same arm and everything, then put his date of birth and when he passed away (in year form) on the top and one of his famous funny sayings "Being dead cant be that bad, I ain't ever met a man that from back from it." on both sides of the dagger.

In New York-based tattoo artist Amanda Wachob’s hands, a limb, chest, neck or back is not so much a body part as a very real — and permanent — canvas on which to create her wistful, soft and decorative artwork. Her tattoo work is beautifully original, with not a skull or crossbone (or ‘Hey Mum’, for that measure) in sight.

In New York-based tattoo artist Amanda Wachob’s hands, a limb, chest, neck or back is not so much a body part as a very real — and permanent — canvas on which to create her wistful, soft and decorative artwork. Her tattoo work is beautifully original, with not a skull or crossbone (or ‘Hey Mum’, for that measure) in sight.

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