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3,557 Likes, 58 Comments - T H O M A S B A T E S (@thomasbatestattoo) on Instagram: “Stag beetle on forearm. Thanks again Ashley!”

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Minka Sicklinger http://www.refinery29.com/nyc-best-tattoo-artists#slide19 Who are some tattoo artists you personally admire? "There are too many good tattoo artists for me to single one out!"

51 Awesome Egyptian Tattoo Ideas For Men and Women

51 Awesome Egyptian Tattoo Ideas For Men and Women

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Dr. Woo May Be The Coolest Tattoo Artist In Los Angeles

#интересное  Мистическая привлекательность татуированных глазных яблок (16 фото)   Татуировка на глазном яблоке — один из самых экстремальных методов модификации человеческого тела. Процедура весьма болезненна, и всегда присутствует риск лишиться зрения на

#интересное Мистическая привлекательность татуированных глазных яблок (16 фото) Татуировка на глазном яблоке — один из самых экстремальных методов модификации человеческого тела. Процедура весьма болезненна, и всегда присутствует риск лишиться зрения на

Grey Winged Egyptian Scarab Beetle with Ankh Black Plectrum

Grey Winged Egyptian Scarab Beetle with Ankh Black Plectrum

The scarab (dung beetle) was an important symbol in Egyptian mythology, it signifies creation, transformation, renewal, coming into being and everlasting life. The reason for this was because of its association with Kephri, the god of the rising sun. Egyptians believe that every morning Kephri would push the morning sun out of the darkness, into our world, and across the sky. The scarab is associated to this because of the way they would prepare for their young ones.

The scarab (dung beetle) was an important symbol in Egyptian mythology, it signifies creation, transformation, renewal, coming into being and everlasting life. The reason for this was because of its association with Kephri, the god of the rising sun. Egyptians believe that every morning Kephri would push the morning sun out of the darkness, into our world, and across the sky. The scarab is associated to this because of the way they would prepare for their young ones.