Maori Turtle Half-sleeve

The Maori are indigenous people that originated in New Zealand. They have a form of body art, known as moko but more commonly referred to as Maori tattooing. The art form was brought to the Maori from Polynesia and is considered highly sacred. Great finished Maori addon half-sleeve. This tattoo is featuring some patterns inspired by Polynesian and Maori tattoos. The Turtle fits perfect ontop of the delta-muskle and creates a nice center point for the tattoo.
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Big Japanese Backpiece

This is the real deal! A full backpiece in a Japanese aesthetic. You can see the crazy number of details our Tattoo-artist went through. The scales, feathers, leafs just everything looks fantastic in this tattoo, and the colour accents round it all off. Amazing piece by our Asian expert Neumie!
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captain fishbones, tiny tattoo

"Their monument sticks like a fishbone in the city's throat." Small and simple. It's a fish skeleton, what else you can say. It's minimalistic, perfect for a tiny tattoo! Clean lines, a bit of shading and a cute little face make this minitattoo so pretty.
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King John, black and gray tattoo

This price John tattoo sits so well on the leg, with his hands on the logo and the crown on top you can really tell who the King is. Beautiful shading on this piece, it gives it this three dimensional look, as if the hands are really gripping onto the coat of arms. The evil smirk and the crown that pushes his ears down, really do this character justice. Well done custom tattoo!
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Photo realistic dog portrait

This dog got beautifully portrayed in this tattoo. The amber brown eyes, the whiskers on the snout and adorable look make this tattoo sooo adorable. It's a well done recreation of a best buddy. It's stunning how much detail you can pack into a tattoo. The fotoreal tattoos always look beautiful if the right person is doing them, and is a honorable reminder of the thing or person you want to capture.
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colourful newschool eagle

"Eagles don't take flight lessons from chickens." This newschool looking eagle sits perfectly in the hand of our customer. Cool design with the feathers flowing in the air, and some not tattooed skin poking threw in the form of the wind. Cute looking head ad nice colour used in the background.
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Little siblings

"Big things often have small beginnings." The Black and gray realistic Turtles stand out of the brightly coloured Aquarell background, like two worlds beautifully merged together. Watercolour get used often as a background, but most of the time selective throughout the piece. It's nice to see so much watercolour in one place.
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Watercolour dog paws

"A dog is the only relative you get to choose." Pretty colours used together to complement the paw prints of the dog's feet. It just wouldn't be the same without this arrange of colour. The auqarell aesthetic with its colour blending effect makes it a pretty little background, that doesn't overshadow the paws, but integrates them into the tattoo.
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Colour blocking

Parrots have featured in human writings, story, art, humor, religion, and music for thousands of years, such as Aesop's fable "The parrot and the cat" This tattoo features some cute, simple colours that fit together nicely. The parrot with its simplistic design found a new home on our customers upper arm. A well recognizable bird, even from a far.
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Majestic deer

Deer or hoofed ruminant mammals forming the family Cervidae. All male deer possess antlers, with the exception of the water deer, in which males have long tusk-like canines that reach below the lower jaw. This Deer head is stunning, its horns bend perfectly on the customers forearm. The always curious face mirrors the personality of this animal wonderfully. A great tattoo with a unique style, which takes the fur to another level! Best seen in the lower region of the animal's neck.
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Striking Wolf in an abstract world

"The hardest walk you can make is the walk you make alone. But that is the walk that makes you the strongest." Striking design on the chest. The detailed wolf head is stunning and a work of art. The graffiti drops on the sides and the Brush strokes turn the realistic looking wolf head into a piece of art. The geometric forms that frame the shoulder are placed perfectly and compliment this sketchy surrounding perfect.
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Rising Tiger

"How can u rise if u have not burned." Stunning realistic tiger tattoo. The eyes of the tiger look right back. Beautiful fur structure, you can see every little hair on the animals face. Everything gets framed beautifully with the smoke coming up. Well placed, well detailed, well done!
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Old school swallow

A swallow bird can mean many things depending on a person’s cultural background. For ancient Greeks, these birds represent their goddess of love, namely, Aphrodite. The Greeks believed that swallows have the ability to bring love and happiness to a person. For the ancient Romans, they associate swallows as the embodiment of lost souls of children who died during childbirth. Lastly, for modern Christians, these birds mean rebirth or new beginnings. No matter the cultural meaning of these birds is, one can conclude that they symbolize a form of hope. This may be the reason why these birds are usually protected in the vast majority of cultures. Really nice example of an old school tattoo. Nice simple colours and great shading let this swallow stand out from the rest. Cute little tattoo on the shoulder. The lines are well done and have to be for a good minimalistic old school tattoo.
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Cute little animals

What animal can jump higher than a house? ... well any animal that can jump ... houses can't jump at all. A beautiful little array of minimalistic tiny tattoos featuring animals we have tattooed in the past. All feature a bit different aesthetic, because different people own them, but all in all, these mini animals are really cute and put a smile on your face everytime you look at one of them.
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Watercoloured pawprints

"When I needed a hand, I found your paws" Four little splashes of watercolour for four cute paws. The blue and the green work really well together. They got enough contrast so you can tell which feet were in which colour, but at the same time they mix together beautifully when they meet. The paw prints got a shiny surface as if the cat was standing on a glass surface and you look at it from below. Nice idea, the cat probably walked on glass tables a lot. :)
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Old School Moth

Moth medicine’s meaning is resurrection and transformation. A moth represents tremendous change, but it also seeks the light. Thus, moth spiritual meaning is to trust the changes that are happening and that freedom and liberation are around the corner. The moth got tattooed and drawn in an old school Design but with a not so common place. The simplistic design, the colour pallet and the overall shape are clean, simple but no doubt cool looking. The design features some pretty fine lines and mini details that are not expected in such a small old school piece.
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Franz Marc’s “Der Tiger”

Franz Marc's painting "Der Tiger", or "The Tiger", is perhaps one of the best examples of his typical style. It is Marc's stunning use of bold yellow and thick black lines that not only separate the great cat from the rocky background, but which also seem to make the tiger almost leap from the canvas.
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