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PETER AURISCH
Berlin, Germany
www.peteraurisch.com
Email: ilike@peteraurisch.com

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PETER AURISCH

Berlin, Germany

www.peteraurisch.com

Email: ilike@peteraurisch.com

Madness vs. Reason sleeve done by Chris Coppola of 6th Order Tattoo in Buffalo NY. We spent over a year on the concept and execution of the piece and I couldn’t be happier!

Madness vs. Reason sleeve done by Chris Coppola of 6th Order Tattoo in Buffalo NY. We spent over a year on the concept and execution of the piece and I couldn’t be happier!

This is my second tattoo, a Peach-faced lovebird tail feather on my right hip. It’s for my childhood pet lovebird, who passed away when I was 10. He was a huge brat; he shredded everything he could get his beak on and flew into my dresser drawers and would bite if you tried to get him out. But even though he was a huge jerk sometimes, he was my jerk. I loved him dearly and he loved me just the same. I miss you, Peaches.

Done by Nick Sage at OC tattoo, Garden Grove, CA. Awesome guy that does AWESOME work.

This is my second tattoo, a Peach-faced lovebird tail feather on my right hip. It’s for my childhood pet lovebird, who passed away when I was 10. He was a huge brat; he shredded everything he could get his beak on and flew into my dresser drawers and would bite if you tried to get him out. But even though he was a huge jerk sometimes, he was my jerk. I loved him dearly and he loved me just the same. I miss you, Peaches.

Done by Nick Sage at OC tattoo, Garden Grove, CA. Awesome guy that does AWESOME work.

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IEN LEVIN
Kiev, Ukraine
www.ienlevin.com
Email: info@ienlevin.com

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IEN LEVIN

Kiev, Ukraine

www.ienlevin.com

Email: info@ienlevin.com

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Daniel Acosta Leon

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Daniel Acosta Leon

Calvin and Hobbes is a huge part of my life. I remember bugging my parents to no end, asking if they would buy me some Calvin and Hobbes books I saw in those Scholastic order forms every kid would be sent home with in elementary school. Luckily my folks gave in, and the humor I found in those pages made me a fan forever.Of course, the satirical side of Bill Watterson’s writing didn’t hit me right away. I really began noticing it in high school, and found I was touched by much of what I could now understand. Around that time my aunt and baby cousin were killed by a drunk driver. There were two things I sought solace in during that time: music, and Calvin and Hobbes.And one particular Sunday strip hit me hardest and has never left me. It’s the one where Calvin and Hobbes come across a dead bird and ponder the delicacy of life, and how the carelessness of others often causes the most damage. Calvin ends the strip by saying, “I suppose it will all make sense when we grow up.”As a child, that strip never connected with me. As a teenager, it hit home. As a grown up, I’m still asking when some things will make sense.This Calvin and Hobbes tattoo was done on my right forearm by Levi Hatch of Think Ink Tattoos in Norman, Okla.Original Sunday comic strip: http://bit.ly/S5IZwELevi Hatch: @levi4art on InstagramThink Ink Tattoos: http://thinkinkhome.com

Calvin and Hobbes is a huge part of my life. I remember bugging my parents to no end, asking if they would buy me some Calvin and Hobbes books I saw in those Scholastic order forms every kid would be sent home with in elementary school. Luckily my folks gave in, and the humor I found in those pages made me a fan forever.

Of course, the satirical side of Bill Watterson’s writing didn’t hit me right away. I really began noticing it in high school, and found I was touched by much of what I could now understand. Around that time my aunt and baby cousin were killed by a drunk driver. There were two things I sought solace in during that time: music, and Calvin and Hobbes.

And one particular Sunday strip hit me hardest and has never left me. It’s the one where Calvin and Hobbes come across a dead bird and ponder the delicacy of life, and how the carelessness of others often causes the most damage. Calvin ends the strip by saying, “I suppose it will all make sense when we grow up.”

As a child, that strip never connected with me. As a teenager, it hit home. As a grown up, I’m still asking when some things will make sense.

This Calvin and Hobbes tattoo was done on my right forearm by Levi Hatch of Think Ink Tattoos in Norman, Okla.

Original Sunday comic strip: http://bit.ly/S5IZwE
Levi Hatch: @levi4art on Instagram
Think Ink Tattoos: http://thinkinkhome.com

The facebook tattoo done by the talented Kyle Wood at Tonys Tried & True in Port Orchard, Washington.

The facebook tattoo done by the talented Kyle Wood at Tonys Tried & True in Port Orchard, Washington.

this is my ‘love yourself’ teddy bear tattoo, because i am a teddy bear and i have realized that i, indeed, love myself. i recently was released from therapy for self-harm and depression and am currently on suicide watch. so this little man just reminds me that i’m better than what i’ve been through and i’m worth it. done by my brother’s best friend Eric at voodoo needle in auburn, alabama. doodle isn’t original, it’s from ilovedoodle on etsy.
i’m funkyfate.tumblr.com.

this is my ‘love yourself’ teddy bear tattoo, because i am a teddy bear and i have realized that i, indeed, love myself. i recently was released from therapy for self-harm and depression and am currently on suicide watch. so this little man just reminds me that i’m better than what i’ve been through and i’m worth it. done by my brother’s best friend Eric at voodoo needle in auburn, alabama. doodle isn’t original, it’s from ilovedoodle on etsy.

i’m funkyfate.tumblr.com.

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AMANDA WACHOB
New York, New York
www.amandawachob.com
Email: info@amandawachob.com

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AMANDA WACHOB

New York, New York

www.amandawachob.com

Email: info@amandawachob.com