YOUNG BLOOD
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YOUNG BLOOD
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fruitgod:

 
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girlgrowingsmall:

mineralists:

White Coral has made this carved skull just a little bit creepy!

I don’t think you understand. That is not white coral. That is dead coral. Actually, it is the remaining bone structure of a colony of dead corals. To sum up, it is a human skull carved out of the skeletal remains of hundreds of deceased little beings. “A little bit creepy” doesn’t cover it.
girlgrowingsmall:

mineralists:

White Coral has made this carved skull just a little bit creepy!

I don’t think you understand. That is not white coral. That is dead coral. Actually, it is the remaining bone structure of a colony of dead corals. To sum up, it is a human skull carved out of the skeletal remains of hundreds of deceased little beings. “A little bit creepy” doesn’t cover it.
girlgrowingsmall:

mineralists:

White Coral has made this carved skull just a little bit creepy!

I don’t think you understand. That is not white coral. That is dead coral. Actually, it is the remaining bone structure of a colony of dead corals. To sum up, it is a human skull carved out of the skeletal remains of hundreds of deceased little beings. “A little bit creepy” doesn’t cover it.
girlgrowingsmall:

mineralists:

White Coral has made this carved skull just a little bit creepy!

I don’t think you understand. That is not white coral. That is dead coral. Actually, it is the remaining bone structure of a colony of dead corals. To sum up, it is a human skull carved out of the skeletal remains of hundreds of deceased little beings. “A little bit creepy” doesn’t cover it.
girlgrowingsmall:

mineralists:

White Coral has made this carved skull just a little bit creepy!

I don’t think you understand. That is not white coral. That is dead coral. Actually, it is the remaining bone structure of a colony of dead corals. To sum up, it is a human skull carved out of the skeletal remains of hundreds of deceased little beings. “A little bit creepy” doesn’t cover it.
girlgrowingsmall:

mineralists:

White Coral has made this carved skull just a little bit creepy!

I don’t think you understand. That is not white coral. That is dead coral. Actually, it is the remaining bone structure of a colony of dead corals. To sum up, it is a human skull carved out of the skeletal remains of hundreds of deceased little beings. “A little bit creepy” doesn’t cover it.
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ink-its-art:

Betty Broadbent, 1930s.
Betty Broadbent, a well-known tattooed lady, at the New York World’s Fair, 1930s
Emma de Burgh, another famous tattooed lady, and her bangin’ Last Supper tattoo, 1897.
Miss Stella Grassman, BAMF and tattoo artist, 1930s.
Mrs. Williams, 1897.
Pam Nash FTW, 1960s.
The original girl with the dragon tattoo, 1930s.
Think your swallow tats are cool ?This woman got them before you were even born, 1965. 
ink-its-art:

Betty Broadbent, 1930s.
Betty Broadbent, a well-known tattooed lady, at the New York World’s Fair, 1930s
Emma de Burgh, another famous tattooed lady, and her bangin’ Last Supper tattoo, 1897.
Miss Stella Grassman, BAMF and tattoo artist, 1930s.
Mrs. Williams, 1897.
Pam Nash FTW, 1960s.
The original girl with the dragon tattoo, 1930s.
Think your swallow tats are cool ?This woman got them before you were even born, 1965. 
ink-its-art:

Betty Broadbent, 1930s.
Betty Broadbent, a well-known tattooed lady, at the New York World’s Fair, 1930s
Emma de Burgh, another famous tattooed lady, and her bangin’ Last Supper tattoo, 1897.
Miss Stella Grassman, BAMF and tattoo artist, 1930s.
Mrs. Williams, 1897.
Pam Nash FTW, 1960s.
The original girl with the dragon tattoo, 1930s.
Think your swallow tats are cool ?This woman got them before you were even born, 1965. 
ink-its-art:

Betty Broadbent, 1930s.
Betty Broadbent, a well-known tattooed lady, at the New York World’s Fair, 1930s
Emma de Burgh, another famous tattooed lady, and her bangin’ Last Supper tattoo, 1897.
Miss Stella Grassman, BAMF and tattoo artist, 1930s.
Mrs. Williams, 1897.
Pam Nash FTW, 1960s.
The original girl with the dragon tattoo, 1930s.
Think your swallow tats are cool ?This woman got them before you were even born, 1965. 
ink-its-art:

Betty Broadbent, 1930s.
Betty Broadbent, a well-known tattooed lady, at the New York World’s Fair, 1930s
Emma de Burgh, another famous tattooed lady, and her bangin’ Last Supper tattoo, 1897.
Miss Stella Grassman, BAMF and tattoo artist, 1930s.
Mrs. Williams, 1897.
Pam Nash FTW, 1960s.
The original girl with the dragon tattoo, 1930s.
Think your swallow tats are cool ?This woman got them before you were even born, 1965. 
ink-its-art:

Betty Broadbent, 1930s.
Betty Broadbent, a well-known tattooed lady, at the New York World’s Fair, 1930s
Emma de Burgh, another famous tattooed lady, and her bangin’ Last Supper tattoo, 1897.
Miss Stella Grassman, BAMF and tattoo artist, 1930s.
Mrs. Williams, 1897.
Pam Nash FTW, 1960s.
The original girl with the dragon tattoo, 1930s.
Think your swallow tats are cool ?This woman got them before you were even born, 1965. 
ink-its-art:

Betty Broadbent, 1930s.
Betty Broadbent, a well-known tattooed lady, at the New York World’s Fair, 1930s
Emma de Burgh, another famous tattooed lady, and her bangin’ Last Supper tattoo, 1897.
Miss Stella Grassman, BAMF and tattoo artist, 1930s.
Mrs. Williams, 1897.
Pam Nash FTW, 1960s.
The original girl with the dragon tattoo, 1930s.
Think your swallow tats are cool ?This woman got them before you were even born, 1965. 
ink-its-art:

Betty Broadbent, 1930s.
Betty Broadbent, a well-known tattooed lady, at the New York World’s Fair, 1930s
Emma de Burgh, another famous tattooed lady, and her bangin’ Last Supper tattoo, 1897.
Miss Stella Grassman, BAMF and tattoo artist, 1930s.
Mrs. Williams, 1897.
Pam Nash FTW, 1960s.
The original girl with the dragon tattoo, 1930s.
Think your swallow tats are cool ?This woman got them before you were even born, 1965. 
ink-its-art:

Betty Broadbent, 1930s.
Betty Broadbent, a well-known tattooed lady, at the New York World’s Fair, 1930s
Emma de Burgh, another famous tattooed lady, and her bangin’ Last Supper tattoo, 1897.
Miss Stella Grassman, BAMF and tattoo artist, 1930s.
Mrs. Williams, 1897.
Pam Nash FTW, 1960s.
The original girl with the dragon tattoo, 1930s.
Think your swallow tats are cool ?This woman got them before you were even born, 1965. 
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ladisplace:

kaitlynoverboard:

ask and you shall recieve, highly requested la dispute flash

tbh im really jealous of your drawing and colouring skils
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fcb4:

There’s something about a beard today that suggest ideological independence and self-sufficiency—it speaks to the wise choices one is making. People are making things with beards: leather, coffee—all things that are artfully craft-driven. It’s no longer a middle finger to the mainstream. It’s saying I’m gonna take my own choices in life.” -Scott Carey
http://www.beardbrand.com/pages/urban-beardsman-scott-carey?mc_cid=ce59144896&mc_eid=f0b803efaa
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gotsomelovelytattoos:

Tattoo by Gábor Kanyuk at Spatz mit Hirn, Germany