Peter Aurisch

Peter Aurisch

Tattoo by me, Jacob Walsh.  Raph is my favorite turtle and I had a lot of fun doing this tattoo on a buddy of mine. 

Tattoo by me, Jacob Walsh.  Raph is my favorite turtle and I had a lot of fun doing this tattoo on a buddy of mine. 

greenorblue:

Green or Blue - Coming of Age

Here’s a stripped version of a song that’s going to be on the upcoming album/EP/whatever. Think of it as a sneak peek of things to come. Also here are the blogs of Ben and Andy for your viewing pleasure.

Grab (old) the EP here.

Become a fan on facebook. 

This is absolutely beautiful. You should all listen, love, and reblog.

My tribute to David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane. My design, Eikon Sadid’s work. 
I love David Bowie. I love tattoos. 

My tribute to David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane. My design, Eikon Sadid’s work. 

I love David Bowie. I love tattoos. 

thepinesaredancing:

Texan for life. 

thepinesaredancing:

Texan for life. 

Got this today at Eternal Image in Tiffin, OH by Jim Cook.  It’s on my inside right leg; spent about forty-five minutes in the chair, cost of $100 [SO much less than what I was expecting, with all the color it uses].
It’s the TARDIS from Doctor Who, done in a Van Gogh style, for the episode “Vincent & the Doctor.”  This episode is my favorite for far too many reasons to get into here.  Under it I have “allons-y” in my own handwriting—the Tenth Doctor’s catchphrase; “let’s go” in French.  Felt it was appropriate to have under the thing he uses to travel through all time and space.
Personal reasons for getting a Who tattoo…I’ve only been a fan for a few months, but already the show means so much more to me than almost anything.  I love what it teaches—life is short, live it well.  Be extraordinary.  Nothing is set in stone—if you want to change something there’s no reason you can’t.  I love the idea of whizzing around through the universe, what there is to discover.  I could go on for days about what exactly it means to me, but for now suffice to say it helps me realize that life is a wonderful experience, and any moment could be incredible if you just make it.  Now…allons-y!
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Got this today at Eternal Image in Tiffin, OH by Jim Cook.  It’s on my inside right leg; spent about forty-five minutes in the chair, cost of $100 [SO much less than what I was expecting, with all the color it uses].

It’s the TARDIS from Doctor Who, done in a Van Gogh style, for the episode “Vincent & the Doctor.”  This episode is my favorite for far too many reasons to get into here.  Under it I have “allons-y” in my own handwriting—the Tenth Doctor’s catchphrase; “let’s go” in French.  Felt it was appropriate to have under the thing he uses to travel through all time and space.

Personal reasons for getting a Who tattoo…I’ve only been a fan for a few months, but already the show means so much more to me than almost anything.  I love what it teaches—life is short, live it well.  Be extraordinary.  Nothing is set in stone—if you want to change something there’s no reason you can’t.  I love the idea of whizzing around through the universe, what there is to discover.  I could go on for days about what exactly it means to me, but for now suffice to say it helps me realize that life is a wonderful experience, and any moment could be incredible if you just make it.  Now…allons-y!

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My first and currently only tattoo, hopefully more to come soon.

My first and currently only tattoo, hopefully more to come soon.

Patrick Bateman / American Psycho, done by Patrick Mcfarlane at Paradigm Bodyart in Arnhem, The Netherlands.
Love having his work on my leg!

Patrick Bateman / American Psycho, done by Patrick Mcfarlane at Paradigm Bodyart in Arnhem, The Netherlands.

Love having his work on my leg!

My Christopher Uminga-inspired Robot Tattoo - done by John Anderton at Nemesis Tattoos in the UK (winner of this year’s Best UK Male at the Skin Deep tattoo awards).
Loved getting it so much that I’m now having a full sci-fi inspired sleeve (third session next week!).

My Christopher Uminga-inspired Robot Tattoo - done by John Anderton at Nemesis Tattoos in the UK (winner of this year’s Best UK Male at the Skin Deep tattoo awards).

Loved getting it so much that I’m now having a full sci-fi inspired sleeve (third session next week!).