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ganesh

 

 



Ganesh with water on dara

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photo by Rocco Di Massa
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Tommy's dragon leg nearing completion. Trying to capture the 
simplicity of the Japanese style of tattooing 
is difficult but also enjoyable. 
Thanks for looking. 
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dragon progress

The colour begins...
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jono phoenix



Ive been tattooing Jono for a while now.
this is our most recent project. A Phoenix
which i drew straight on to his arm to 
achieve the curving shape i had in mind 
more accurately. The tattoo on his left arm
can be seen in the tattoos section of 
this site.

 
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hanya

 

 

Healed pictures of Derek's collection. Derek likes the Japanese 
style which is always a fun and challenging tradition to 
work within - Tattoo on the top right arm by Oliver Macintosh
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cranio e serpente


I drew this tattoo straight onto the skin, 
to try and achieve a more tailored fit.
This is on Dom who has the dragon sleeve
in a previous post.
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brothers

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dom’s dragon

 

Ive been tattooing Dom for some time now, he always 
allows me complete freedom which makes him a great customer 
to work with. thanks Dom!
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Namabuki

(severed head)

 

Samurai would collect the heads of defeated 
opponents and present them as trophies to noble
 men, local lords or their masters (and maybe
 even to drinking buddies). Heads of soldiers and
 foot men would be collected in the hundreds and
 pilled high, however the heads of great worriors and 
formidable Samurai were often washed carefully 
and placed in a decorative lacquer box filled 
with saki for preservation. Not too unlike the 
reliquaries of christain saints which were being 
made in the same period many thousands of
 miles across the eurasian continent.

fast forward a few centuries and I'm tattooing 
Namakubi designs in a sweaty Soho basement...
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