Christian came from San Fernando to get get his mom’s portrait, the most influential person in his life. As a mother, she always and still wants the best for her son, that is why he decided to pay homage to his mother by always carrying her with him.
After exchanging stories we found we were very much alike, thanks for the inspiring words. We’re all just trying to take it one day at a time…
”When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful.
AJ came in to get a Day of the Dead girl on his inner-arm today. He wanted to get the woman split right down the middle, signifying Life & Death. I took some inspiration from East Coast artist, Eric Marcinizyn. This dude is a BEAST, be sure to check him out.
Thanks to AJ & everyone else who’s supported me from the get-go. I’ll catch you guys next week, thanks for dropping by.
The brother Fred came in from the SGV to begin a religious sleeve, starting off with non other than Michelangelo Buonarotti’s interpretation of Moses on his forearm. It was an overall great first session.It was quite painful in some areas like the wrist and ditch of the arm, but he hung in there to block it all in, one more pass and it should be solid.
Next up we do the statue of the David in Florence, so keep tuning in…
Today, as I go through all my all images, I begin to reminisce of all the good times I had this past year. Now, the guys from the shop are getting ready to head back to Rome this week and it’s stirring up a lot of great memories. Here are a few shots of my previous trip last year.
Thanks for stoppin’ by.
This weeks choice is Mexico’s very own Carlos Santana. Grammy award-winning guitarist from Jalisco, the state where my family is originaly from. I’d like to personally dedicate this soothing song to my mother Maria Elena.
- Earth’s Cry, Heaven’s Smile -
Enjoy your weekend everyone.
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Just today family-friend Michael Herrera came in to get a commemorative piece on his leg of the Greek Goddess Nike. Long time dedication to his track & field career.
I personally had the chance to see The Nike of Samothrace at The Louvre in Paris last year. So this was a very inspiring project for me, many thanks to Mike for allowing me to tattoo this truly motivational piece.
Yesterday my long-time video vixen friend, Alexandra Bombshell dropped in from the Hollywood scene to pay homage to her Islander roots. She wanted a realistic Hawaiian hula girl on one side of her back, a constant reminder of who she is.
Thanks for the continued support.