Hindu Backpiece

Tattooed by Antonius at Laboratorium in St. Petersburg, Russia:

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40 thoughts on “Hindu Backpiece

  1. Awesome. Truly awesome. I’ve seen a lot of big religious backpieces but this is by far the most beautiful. This man has turned his back into a stained glass window for the temple that is his body. (Ok, that’s really flowery but the piece is gorgeous).

  2. Beautiful work!!!! I love how the centered image along with the halos and background elements really compliment the shape of his back. Love their matching pants, too…Pssst, Shannon: Post more BMEboys like this!!

  3. We should start a petition damnding that he always go shirtless. Seriously, no shirt could look as good as this backpiece.

  4. I love the blue shading as well as the coverage on the tops of his shoulders and neck.

    It looks especially interesting when both colors and connotations are contrasted with the camo pants he’s wearing, and the blackwork skulls on his arm.

  5. Nice back… (I mean the canvas specifically, not the tattoo, though that is quite nice as well)

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