themoviepax asked: Do you actually know what tattoo ink is made from? It's made of burned animal bones if you were wondering... You prime example of a vegan.
We are a vegan, fairtrade tattoo shop on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Queensland, Australia.
Our inks, healing creams & all stock are vegan… Our studio is a renovated, old church… We only tattoo one person at a time… We specialise in original design & creative cover-ups… And we want to make the world prettier, one piece of body art at a time.
From Iquique, Chile. GO VEG!
Made by my friend Pepe psm in clear tattoo store (http://pepepsm.tumblr.com)
This tattoo is on the back of my right thigh and was very hard to capture. I’ve been a vegan collectively for almost four years (since ninth grade and began again my junior year), and as an environmental studies major I wanted to incorporate my beliefs in here although next tat I’ll have the Earth included as well. The no gods no masters part is to signify that I don’t believe in any gods and humans are not truly masters of nature although we like to think we are.
Anonymous asked: vegans are gay.
some are what’s your point?
Anonymous asked: what about a dreamcatcher tattoo with a feather drawing?
I’d suggest researching how dreamcatchers can be considered culturally appropriative, but more importantly why are you asking anyone about what will be on YOUR body? I also don’t personally see how a dreamcatcher is related to veganism.
my new tattoo, love it so much!