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Traditional ship tattoo

I got a good start on this tattoo recently. I can’t wait to finish it up!

Pinisi - Indonesian Traditional Sailing Ship

Pinisi is a Indonesian traditional saling ship, which comes from the Bugis of South Sulawesi province. The ship has two main masts and seven fruits of the screen, three on the front end , two in front and two in the rear of the ship.  701 more words

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Three Rabelos

We can see three rabelos, the traditional ship of the Douro river and from Porto (or Oporto). These ships were built to transport Porto wine from the interior to the harborand the cellars in the south bank of the river mouth. 37 more words

Traditional Ship


Located at the front deck of traditional Indonesian sailing ship “Phinisi”, this balancing triangle is called Anjong or Anjungan.

Shot with Canon 50D, Canon EF-S 10 – 22mm f/3.5 – 4.5 USM, shot in AV @ 1/5000, f/4, focal length 17mm, ISO 400


July 2013

Here’s a few tattoos I’ve made from the last few months, including a woman and a horse getting down to it… Probably one of my personal favorites I’ve ever been lucky enough to be asked to do!


Portuguese Traditional Boats: the «Rabelo» (Oporto)

Rabelo is a kind of traditional portuguese ship that serve in Douro river. Rabelo was used to transport Oporto wine from the production areas in the interior to the old harbor in Porto (Oporto) city… Then the wine was store in cellars and export to other areas of the country and of the world… 16 more words

Traditional Ship

Born upon the tide

On my flatmate, Ben.  He saw this in my sketchbook in Thailand last December, and we commited it to his skin before he heads back there this month. Safe travels man.