I want Jhene Aiko’s Rising Sun tattoo and in the same spot but a little bigger bc obviously im a lot larger than her petite self and i have a huge back bc like i want all of my tats Japanese themed like if i get it ill later get a bonsai in the foreground and i want some koi and maybe a geisha…? what do u guys think?
OH MY GOD MY FRIEND JUST SEND ME A SUPER PACKAGE WITH JAPANESE SWEETS TAT (this is not everything) I’m so happy atm there are so many new things buhuuuuuuuu thank you so much!!! Now I’m even more motivated to study for my exams qwq
The name Ed Hardy immediately
evokes images of tattooed baseball tees with cartoon skulls and studded
baseball hats worn by reality TV stars. But before artist Don Ed Hardy
became one of the most polarizing brands in history, he was a young
aspiring artist whose favorite past time was going down to the beach in
Southern California and looking at classic cars. He eventually went on
to study under legendary Japanese tattoo artist Horihide, an experience
that had a profound influence on Hardy’s signature, ornate style. Today,
Hardy is retired from tattooing, instead focused on non-tattoo based
art like printmaking, drawing, and painting. This also includes new
porcelain works and tapestries in his upcoming exhibition curated by Varnish Fine Art gallery in San Francisco, “Visionary Subversive”.