Sorry for the shine on this #little #feather #wristtattoo #tattoo #nofilter #angelmaeglutz #mzxiii
#Simple #script #heart #quote #balloon #tattoo on #ribcage #nofilter #angelmaeglutz #mzxiii
Turned his #old #sun #tattoo into a #rad #tribal #flames #fireball #design #rework #coverup #nofilter #angelmaeglutz #mzxiii
THIS IS NOT NEWS
I don’t know what people expect Egyptians to be. I guess watching The 10 Commandments on ABC growing up got folks thinking they all looked like bronzed white people.
BREAKING NEWS: BLACK PEOPLE ARE BLACK. THIS IS AN AMAZING DISCOVERY. BLACK PEOPLE EXISTED BEFORE WE DISCOVERED THEM AND ENSLAVED THEM AND FUCKED UP THEIR LAND. WOW.
Africans in Africa? Mind blown.
NO FUCKING SHIT
In other news, water is wet
"black africans" is the dumbest thing ive heard.
Fun fact: There are white Africans.
The fact that this exists and I didn’t do it makes me happier than I can express.
relevant… because of the skull and, also because of the awesome
Just another reason to love my heritage. ^_^
Raelyn Gallina has passed away.
Raelyn was instrumental in the rise in popularity of body piercing in the early 90s, making Philadelphia a main stop on her body modification tours. She helped to shape what body piercing was, and would become, on the East Coast. I was lucky to have had both piercing and branding work done by her.
She was never given the status in our community that I always felt she deserved, and when I became president of the APP in 2009, I knew I wanted to work to change that, and she was the first person I was able to honor with the APP President’s Award. (She’s holding it in her lap in the video, and you can read more about it in The Point #48, at safepiercing.org.) Of all the things I was able to do as president, this was one of my accomplishments I’m most proud of.
Over the 20-plus years I’ve been in the industry, and my time with the APP, I’ve had the opportunity to meet and work with most of my heroes—but Raelyn was still something special. She will be missed, but not forgotten.
Raelyn was also very important to the history of modern scarification. Raelyn’s work sparked interest in cutting for many of today’s artists.
I only met her once, at conference a few years ago. Allen Falkner brought a few of us scar practitioners over to introduce us one by one. I didn’t know what else to say other than “thank you”. That’s still the first thing that comes to mind when I think of Raelyn Gallina.
Completely drowning in dismal thoughts that aren’t fit for public consumption.
My relationships with everyone important in my life have all shifted. Some of it is a bit hard to accept.
My tummy always hurts in some way or another. I need to see a doctor but I couldn’t possibly handle any more bad news this year.
I have a moral dilemma that has no reasonable resolution so I have to continue with what I know is right regardless of how it makes me feel. I guess that is the surest sign that I am an adult…