Generate In The Sun


And finally, gentle readers, let’s end today with a tasty tribute to fruits, vegetables and other various non-meat products, courtesy of the very talented Dyrti Al, who can be found tattooing organic goodies—among other things, presumably—at Electric Pencil in South Lake Tahoe, California. BME, of course, if nothing else, supports clean living, so on behalf of Dyrti Al, your local green grocer, produce farmers everywhere, new-school tattooing as a general aesthetic movement, four out of five dentists and Dead Prez, we wish you a good night.

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13 thoughts on “Generate In The Sun

  1. I am rather a fan of fruits and veggies but the spots on the background look like mold and burns… or bulletholes :c

  2. Maybe those veggies were the special veggies one might find at a Rainbow gathering. I enjoy these tattoos. The white looks fantastic.

  3. at first I thought the one foot look like it had a bunch of infections in my background kinda threw me off for a seccond.

  4. after looking at Dyrti Al’s portfolio on myspace, I am happy this girl went with a food tattoo instead of a biomech piece.

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