Lorial from NYC uploaded a photo of her malakas Baybayin neck tattoo. The background behind the tat is; the first one i got was the strength character in Chinese. one i am not too proud of since i learned that it is a common tat – but it is what it is. i wanted to [...]
Archive for May, 2008
Here are some photos of Baybayin designs I did for Filipino Playboy model, Kat Longa. On her neck is Maganda (beautiful), Nanay (mother), and Anak na babae (daughter). Kat also wanted to see how the tattoo would look, so I added the Baybayin scripts over a photo she sent in. Her wrist says Ate (big [...]
PinoyTattoos.com was featured in the Contra Costa Times today along with Bay Area tattoo artists. Here’s an excerpt of the article: Christian Cabuay of Walnut Creek, founder of PinoyTattoos.com, is fluent in a Filipino script called Baybayin. Although he is not a tattoo artist, his artistic skills and in-depth knowledge have made him a go-to [...]
Melissa sent in 2 photos of her Baybayin tattoos. The one on her ribs is Magandang Laban. Inked at Humble Beginnings in San Jose, CA
Here’s a sweet looking Baybayin hand tattoo of Family (PA-MI-YA). Sent in by Mark E. from the Pinoy Tattoos Myspace page. Send in your photo.
Fivelwon from Arizona sent in outlines of his Philippines map and sun on the ribs. The 2nd photo isÂ traditional Baybayin of Pinoy. I can’t wait to see how this turns out.
One of Philippine rock’s icons shows off his Kapatid Baybayin tattoo. Translation is KA-PA-TI-D. Notice the kudit above the “TA” character and the cancellation kudlit under “DA”. Thanks to James for sending this in.
1/2 Greek and 1/2 Filipino WWE star shows off his Philippine flag tattoo photo by Ernie Pena hotlikewasabe.com
I had lasik eye surgery done on Friday and was asked how the pain was compared to getting tattooed. Getting tattooed hurts a lot more than a laser burning your eyeballs. In fairness, the eyes were numbed by drops. It was pretty trippy smelling your eyes being burned for 60 seconds (about 30 seconds per [...]