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I like the size of the stag, not so much about the arrows and design inside though.

Pop Rocky

tattoo I'm done with tattoos but this would be a cute one (: shoulder modern Tattoo tatouage épaule

<b>Diese Tätowierer sind echte Künstler. Im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes.</b>

Kenji Alucky aus Hokkaido, Japan

Bildergebnis für mandala tattoo

Morgan--this is the main inspiration: a black flower mandala with two crossed arrows. Only, instead of the ferny-looking things, I want feathers. (Example in another tattoo.) arrows and floral mandala by balen levore


Optische Täuschungen

We found the internet's most mind-bending optical illusion tattoos for this funny Smosh gallery!

Hate birds... Love this.

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Princess Of Cyber Space

laceandtwine: hnnhtylr: This reminds me of a poem I wrote two years ago “I am an ocean Fluid and changing You are a mountain Constant and sure And no matter how many times my waves try to push you away You stay and you stay and you stay. Haha so sweet!)))  This photo from Book Cover from Bilderbuchmenschen: tätowierte Passionen, 1878-1952. Tattoo-artist Herbert Hoffmann (December 19, 1919—June 30, 2010)

Your tattoos will look so bad in 50 years. Yeah right. This couple rocks . True Love and Inked skin lasts frorever!

Dieses kleine Tattoo ist wirklich wirkungsvoll!

80 Impossibly Pretty And Understated Tattoos Every Girl Will Fall In Love With. Want this to represent the Tree of Life.


I'm getting my first tattoo in a month and I want it to be the 'explore' glyph but then I had an amazing idea! Get a different glyph on each of my fingers, it would look awesome!

What a beautiful tattoo! The pattern reminds me of traditional Slavic embroidery designs. ♥

What a beautiful tattoo! The pattern reminds me of traditional Slavic embroidery designs. It has nothing to do with the semicolon project but I'm saving this idea for the future.