Jess Homeres considered his tattoo as representation of his heritage and also as a pay homage to the Filipino side of his family. He derived the word “Waray” from his mother who came from “Waray-waray” ancestor. While the image of Jose Rizal was derived from the well known Team Manila.
Archive for October, 2010
Anthony Reyes of Waukegan, Illinois shared to us his 3 stars and a sun with Philippine map tattoo. Anthony is one of many Filipinos who are representing Philippines through this kind of tattoo in Illinois. This is one of their way to show their Pinoy pride. Credit to Dwayne of Modern Tattoo for this great [...]
For the second time around, Jowald of General Santos engraved another tattoo at his entire back. His tattoo theme this time is KKK (Kataas-taasang Kagalang-galangang Katipunan) wherein Andres Bonifacio (the leader and founder of the group) was shown in the act of cutting his fist to be use as an ink. The tattoo also shows [...]
This is the sixth tattoo of Paul Dacanay but his first tattoo that shows his heritage and country. He placed this Philippine Island with 3 stars and a sun tattoo right where his heart is to show that he seriously love his heritage. This is also his way of saying he is proud of his [...]
There’s no age limit when it comes to having tattoo just like Daniel Espinola’s grandfather who got his first tattoo at the age of 72. Cool right? Grandpa chose the 3 stars and a sun tattoo that he placed right above his chest. This only shows that young or old, many Filipinos are very proud [...]
Sherdon Dequito of Dumaguete shared to us his 3 stars and a sun tattoo with Alpha Kappa Rho logo at the middle of the sun. Fraternity and sorority is common to open universities. Their main objective is to form group of students that will strengthen each one selves. Sherdon’s tattoo signifies two things: love and [...]
John 3:16 “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” John Terence’s tattoo is a passage from the bible which he had written using Baybayin and above the script is a tribal sun. Is there a [...]
Combination of stars, sun, lion, eagle and banana leaves are what we can see in Ryan’s tattoo. He called these symbols “Philippines Crest” because these are the symbols that characterizes his Filipino heritage. Living in Cologne, Germany that is far away from his homeland, Ryan still got the pride of presenting his root through his [...]
To show her Asian culture in other country, Mikki proudly had this Philippine Sun with a paisley yin yang tattoo in her body. Philippine sun represents her Filipino culture while yin yang represents the Chinese one. Yin Yang symbolizes good and evil wherein white is mainly the good and black is the devil.