Max from Savannah, GA got Baybayin (aka Alibata) tattoos is his two families. He would like to thank “Anonymous Tattoo” for the ink.
Non timebo mala is Latin phrase for “I will fear no evil”. Aaron Galvez from Dumaguete said that this phrase is very significant as how he lives now. Tattoos are not merely just for decoration in the bodies, for many people get tattoos to represent who they are and what they believe.
“May that lives deserve DEATH. And some that die deserve LIFE. Can you give it to them? Then do not be too eager to deal out death is JUDGMENT for even the very wise cannot see all that ends.“ This one is from Shlenn of Leyte, Philippine. The phrase above is the exact words in [...]
Submitted by Gerry from Sydney, Australia
I’ve always disliked the Filipino Stars and Straps shirts. It’s an easy imitation. of In my opinion, they are unoriginal and are along the lines of the Adobo Adidas, The Ninong, and other gag shirts. Sure, they are cute and funny but it’s half-baked “Filipino Pride”. Sure, they are not meant to promote culture, and [...]
Cece showing off her ambigram tattoo. An ambigram is basically a word or 2 words that when flipped…..uh, hard to explain. Check out the photo and you will know what I mean. So what do you think they say? Find out after the photo. Look out for more photos from her soon. Dream & Faith [...]
My first tat at 26…i learned about alibata/baybayin in college. i knew i had to get one. my last name was perfect with it’s very ‘Tagalog’ sound. took me years to decide on where to put it, how big, and what lay out it should have. i figured i’d have it on my left back [...]
Lizzie from Kentucky (there are Filipinos there?) uploaded this hot looking hip tattoo that says “Maganda” – beautiful in Tagalog. It would be cool to get a matching one in Baybayin on the other side. Inked at Rusty Needles, KY. Got a tattoo you want to share? Upload it. If you tattoo is featured, you [...]