Geisha is a traditional female Japanese entertainers who performs Japanese arts such as classical music and dance. This tattoo image from Bharron is a Geisha. Like any other, the bearer is attracted with Japanese arts and designs that is why he choose Geisha to be his tattoo.
As what we could see in the previous tattoo uploads of Mr. Millon, we could conclude that his tattoo designs are on religious sides. This tattoo of him is a Last Supper that he located on his chest below. He has been on a lot of pain just to show his faith and love to [...]
This tattoo at the back of Jowald Casem tells the different patriotic events in the history of the Philippines. Aside from that, you can also see at his back the different symbols that signifies the Philippines like the 3 stars and a sun and the feather inked pen. According to the bearer, every tattoo have [...]
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.
If you will to look closely at the tattoo of Ukz from Baguio City, Philippines, you will see the real face of her wife. He was amazed by this because the 1×1 photo of his wife that he gave to the artist (Mysterious shop) was really copied. This tattoo is to show his love to [...]
There are many versions of Virgin Mary in the Philippines. Each name depends on the place where Virgin Mary appeared. One good example is the Our Lady of Peñafrancia which was found in Sierra de Francia and now venerated in Bicol region. This tattoo was submitted by Francis Joy Baterina of Seattle, Washington. According to [...]
This was the very popular image of Andres Bonifacio leading the Katipuneros with their revolution against Spaniards. He became the “Supremo” of their “KKK” organization. He was the strength and brain of Katipuneros. If you are nationalistic like Allistair Jay of San Francisco, might consider to have this kind of tattoo. It is bold and [...]
Noel F. (Manama, Bahrain) Pinoy Pride by SpillN-ink Tattoos “The design was originally for my right forearm. One day, a Fil-Am asked me that he wanted a tat to represent his roots. I showed him the sketch and there it was.” No it’s not the grouper fish. It’s the great Lapu-Lapu, then king of Mactan, [...]
Chris (East Coast Virginia) Sabong by Chris Garcia Ocean Mystic Virginia Beach Sabong or cockfight, which is believed to have started during pre-Hispanic era, is a turf of activity for Filipinos where demarcation between the rich and the commoners blurs. A game enjoyed by both young and immemorial, sabong is often tagged as a male-oriented [...]
Here’s a good looking shoulder tattoo with the American made Filipino hero, Jose Rizal with the Philippine Sun with eight rays. I find this odd for the following reasons: Jose Rizal was a conformist. He did not want to join the revolution to oust the Spanish. He actually wanted the group of islands named the [...]