Jeff Saleem always believe that in every tattoo is a representation of who you are as a person. And this tattoo of him, which is made of Baybayin fon, is his reminder to always go after everything he wanted in life no matter how difficult the road maybe. He would like to thank Christian Cabuay [...]
Jon from New Jersey already had a cross tattoo that represents his mother side and came up with this another tattoo (as shown in the image) and this time it represents his father side. Jon came up with Baybayin tattoo of his father’s last name with the help of Christian who drew the script.
Another Filipino shared his first tattoo to us. This tattoo is from Adam of Canada. His tattoo may look simple and clean but it has a deep meaning. For him, this tattoo means “lakas” or “strength” in English. He dedicates this tattoo to his loving wife and children which are the source of his strength. [...]
Al Villamayor getting the four elements in Baybayin popularized by Brandon Vera.
For those who don’t know, Perlas ng Silangan is another name of the Philippines. The island was named Perlas ng Silangan because it was the Filipino translation of Pearl of the Orient . The name was likely to hear and see in Philippine National Anthem “Lupang Hinirang”. Philippines is said to be the Pearl of [...]
A representation of his childhood, love for the island of the Philippines and how he was raised in the beautiful island of Guam. You can see a lot of figures and symbols in this tattoo and each symbol has meanings and each also shows how rich and happy his life is from childhood until now.
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 [...]
This tattoo is a tribute of Zhamhyre from Las Vegas to his Filipino culture and as well as to the country where he grew up, Hawaii. The Filipino symbols are the 3 stars, sun and the Philippine flag while the Hawaiian symbol is the island overlapping the sun. The Baybayin at the middle means “Rest [...]
A self experienced tattoo is what Chrmsx of California sent to us. Empowered Filipina is the theme of her tattoo. For her, Filipinas should know and exercise their rights. Women and men are made equally by God, thus, should be given equal rights. As a reminder to fight for her rights and wants, Chrmsx had [...]
“Una Pamilya”, when translated in English means “Family First”. That is the meaning of Christian tattoo which he placed at the back of his neck. For him, family will always be in the first priority which is a unique feature of Filipinos. One character is slightly off. Can anyone spot it? Check out baybayin.com for [...]