Traditional Throat Tattoo

I missed mentioning Marc‘s great traditional urki rekong, done by Thomas and Claus Neugarth. Click through for a second shot of it being done by hand using traditional tattoo tools.

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14 thoughts on “Traditional Throat Tattoo

  1. Looks great! Pretty painful though, not sure if I could get that done on my throat of all places.
    A bit unrelated, but is there a symolism behind the flowers with spirals in, ’cause I’ve seen quite a few around recently. Feel free to IAM message me instead of clogging up this thread. (I won’t be able to read or reply ’till tuesday though)

  2. I wonder the same thing as #3. What’s the symbolism behind the flowers? Are they lotus flowers?

    Please answer in this thread or send me a mail –> [email protected]

    : D

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