Background Tattoo was done for a friend of Peter, who was also the first person he had ever done a tattoo for. She was interested in a tattoo that had a lace pattern, so Peter went ahead and took a few concepts from lace and other textiles and designed it based on the location of her hand. Out of all …
Background This free-hand tattoo drawing by Yovany was done for the client without using any black ink. Three peacock feathers on each side stand for creation, femininity, and the beauty of life. By Yovany Cabanas.
Background Freehand drawing by Yovany – the warrior symbolizes the protection of his daughter. By Yovany.
Background The client is a chef and a joker to his friends and colleagues. In this unique drawing, the impaled lizard represents disease and provoking the pain of it by nearly eating it with the fork. A little odd, but still comical! By Yovany Cabanas.
We had a great turnout for our third showcase at The Everything to Do With Sex Show last weekend! Tattooing was done by Tara and piercings by Steven and Ion. Check out all the photos below: See photos from The Everything to Do With Sex Show on Facebook
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These custom designs by Peter featured a gun, scissors, and a straight razor with matching antique style handles. Steven from Black Line Studio had Peter tattoo them on his calf. Sometimes you don’t need to have a deeper meaning for every tattoo – sometimes you just have to like it.
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Background In memory of all her family members that had passed away, Yovany‘s client had a guardian angel tattoo on her back – the purple a representation of the heavens, the blue acting as the wings of the angel. By Yovany.
Background Two sisters had this commemorative tattoo done for their grandmother. As a mute, she had used this hand gesture to symbolize “love” to the two of them. Their grandmother, who was half native, passed away and the sisters had a tattoo done to show their love back to her. By Yovany.
Background Client envisioned being a fallen or lost angel, symbolized by Christ facing away from the piece. The rich coloured roses are a sign of suffering and sacrifice of the body. The softness of the wings are faded to make the angel appear fallen. By Yovany.
Tara was looking to add something underneath her existing indian woman tattoo on her arm, so why not complete it with a cowboy piece. Following the cowboys and indians motif, it’s pretty obvious why she chose a cowboy boot: she likes boots. Designed by Tara, drawn by Peter.