An outlined Philippine Island is what Travish from Oxnard, CA had on his arm as a representation of his root. Like other half blood, Travish is one proud half-Filipino. Since he is living outside the Philippines, his tattoo reminds him of his origin and that he should also live like a Filipino.
3 Stars and a Sun of Philippine flag is the concept of Brian’s tattoo. 3 Stars and a Sun has been very familiar tattoo design because it is one of the identities of Filipinos. When you say “3 Stars and a Sun” it means “I am a Filipino”. Many proud Filipinos are having this kind [...]
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 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 [...]
“Family First” in Baybayin is a tribute of Jon from Bay Area for his Filipino family. As most Filipinos says “Family comes first” , Jon also had that in his heart and mind that is why he had this tattoo. He located his tattoo at his shoulder and had it written in Baybayin which gave [...]
This image that was sent to us by Jason of Tulsa is in small scale but I hope you can see it. The tattoo in his neck is his last name which is “Fontanilla” in Baybayin. Any comment guys?
Religion has been the core of Filipinos life. There are different religions around the Archipelago but Catholic is the dominating one. This tattoo from Mr. Millon is all about sin and prayer. The glistening cross with prayer signifies how Filipino lives with prayers. He said that the main meaning of this tattoo is that we [...]
In one word, Ramar of Manila showed to us his nature….”Mandirigma”. Mandirigma when translated in English means “Soldier”. Yes, Ramar is a soldier, maybe literally, but also a soldier of his own because Filipinos are known for being heros/soldiers from today’s generation down to their roots. They fight for their country and this is also why Benigno [...]
Philippine Island is one of the most image that Filipino tattoo lover always had on their skin. Aside from being patriotic and nationalistic, having Philippine map or island tattoo signifies that the bearer is proud of his/her own country. This also shows how beautiful Philippine is and how magically its shape was done by Almighty.