My sleeve :) This was taken before the magpie was shaded!
Done by the talented Antony Flemming at World Of Tattoos in London!
Last November, Geffen Records finally released the long-awaited Nirvana Live at Reading concert from 1992. The DVD/CD combo shows the band at the height of their fame — immediately following the release of Nevermind — and in quite a playful mood, as evidenced by allowing their friend to dance…
ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE
by Erin Crumpacker
There’s nothing seemingly magical about the way I discovered Stardust Memories. Like many film junkies before me, I found the DVD placed between a few beloved titles on the shelf of the Woody Allen section at my local video store in West…
Taranis, the Celtic God of Thunder.
Shown with a thunderbolt in one hand and carrying a wheel, he became synchronized with the Roman God Jupiter during and after the Roman occupation of Gaul and Brittany. The wheel was symbolic of sacrifice, and was common in the representations of Celtic and Germanic deities.
He was closely associated with the Norse Thor, and Roman Mars. It is believed he was invoked by Irish Celtics before charging into battle.
Here is Alison Brie in a monster hoodie, your argument will never be valid again.
I submitted a picture of my ankle a few months back, but just recently added more. The original piece was the skeleton key with initials, and the hour glass and Forget-Me-Not flowers was inked on 5/21/2010.
The hour glass is for the amazing concept of time, and my artist thought it would be appropriate to add a key hole to build off of my original skeleton key. The Forget-Me-Nots are for my dad’s side of the family, who suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease. I had originally just wanted a full black and white piece, but agreed to the light blue/purple color to add something different, I really believe it turned out to be a beautiful piece.
I couldn’t be happier with my calf piece, I love it more and more every time I look at it.
All of the credit goes to my incredibly talented artist, Travis Hulshizer at Brainstorm Tattoo in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Entrance to Shinkuchan Night Market