This story is amazing. This guy came in to get a set of lip prints on his ass, telling his parents to kiss it and James talked him into getting this brontosaurus mounting a giraffe.
^re-blogged for content
This are 2 of my tattoos, MY little pony, i got it directly from a Hasbro coloring book, and my knuckles, it says stay calm, a diamond, a heart, and a bow. I love my hands. I got this knuckles tattoos, like 4 years ago, honestly i dont care if tattoos have meanings or not, most of my tattoos have no sentimental meaning, most of them are because i like it, but with this one i was through a really shitty time, i was so sad, i was sad like for a year, or more, and at the end i got to the conclusion that i have to… stay calm, and everything will be ok. Its hard, but i try to. :)
^ I like this, & I like my little pony tattoos (esp. ones with a twist), even though I never had a toy of one so they have no significance to me.
okay so I didn’t intend to post this style on this tumblr but this arm… this sleeve is the embodiment of ‘90’s childhood nostalgia!! O.O
“Make Do and Mend” on my inner right arm.
By Max Kuhn http://Hellandhightide.blogspot.com/
This is an ideology born during WWII when supply rations put a strain on consumers, and women were told to “make do and mend” whatever they had because buying new apparel products was out of the question. The L-85 Restrictions in the United States discontinued the use of nylon in stockings, cutting fabric on the bias and regulated hem lengths. In England, the Ministry of Information went so far as to release a booklet titled “Make Do and Mend” in 1943 that taught women how to do things such as mend stockings, patch holes in pants and knit socks.
My chest piece. Done By Harley Fezekas at Tattoo Depot in Justice IL. Still unfinished
…and it is finished.
Judging by all the positive feedback I got off this I will soon be selling prints.
Looking out the little porthole on my arm. Thanks to Gene at Tattoo Culture in Brooklyn.
This is a tattoo I did on my good friend Emma - the latest addition to her fun girly leg sleeve. No significance… It’s just cool :)
Tattoo by Katrine Simba @ Lucky 7 Tattoos Oslo - Norway