JP Ignacio’s 3 stars and a sun tattoo is so bold and obviously he wore it with pride and justice. Check this out other designs for Philippine Sun & Stars
Archive for July, 2011
Jasmine as they call in other countries, Sampaguita in the Philippines. This tattoo from Monica of South Carolina is a version of Philippine national flower. Therewith is the last name of her amazing friend who means the world to her who also lives in the Philippines.
Bobby from Florida, needs our suggestions with regards to his tattoo. In his intention to show his Pinoy pride, he got an eight rayed star, Philippine flag inside and dragon around it tattoo. Accidentally, his artist did something that might cause issues. What do you think it is?
Below is the exact explanation of Benjamin, from Illinois about his tattoo: “While living in America it is very easy to become assimilated with others in the country. I am not saying to avoid it, but I wanted something to give me a reminder of where I came from. My parents raised me in a household in [...]
This baybayin tattoo of Paula Calinagan from Seattle means “di matarok”. Translated in English it means immeasurable, can’t reach, in depth and many more. For the bearer, her tattoo is just a simple reminder that she should not judge, label other people and herself or anything in this universe because there is always story behind [...]
This tattoo is a reminder to herself, Anna from Los Angeles, that she should keep fighting during tough times and never give up. Her tattoo means “Sugod” (in Filipino) and when translated to English means “to start it or to keep fighting”. Filipinos are really fighter and rarely you will hear they want to give [...]