Oldschool Backpiece

A work in progress by Phil Colvin at Liberty Tattoo in Atlanta, Georgia.

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38 thoughts on “Oldschool Backpiece

  1. whooooaaa……..old school tats,just love to see im in color.bloody amazing…….whoooaaaa

  2. I agree with Lindsay. That waist looks wrong. I guess it could be modified via corsets, but it still doesn’t look right to me.

    The tattoos on the other hand, and the body I’d extrapolate that she has: YUM.

  3. i guess some people have nothing better to do than hate on people. i know to be fact, this picture hasn’t been photoshopped. i sleep next to her every night. i guess i’m just lucky

  4. Am I the only one who wonders how all that will possibly tie together into a cohesive whole?

    Maybe that’s an issue of taste, though — I personally just prefer pieces with “flow”.

  5. I would love to see this in colour, im sure it would be so pretty.
    All the designs blend so well, like they were meant to be displayed together, very clever.
    And to top it all lovely body ;)

  6. Why can’t i find a sexy girl like this in Trinidad?? I think I’m ready to get married & have sex with the same woman for the rest of my life now!!

  7. Ahahahaha – her tats are gorgeous, and her body’s amazing! Have no fear – she’s the real deal! :D

  8. Yes I agree, she is beautiful. And for those of you who wanted to see her tattoos in colour, she is featured in the May 2007 issue of Tattoo magazine.

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