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    Re: Tribal tattoos

    You're less likely to be bored of a tatt if it has personal significance though :/

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    Re: Tribal tattoos

    Quote Originally Posted by tattoolover707 View Post
    You're less likely to be bored of a tatt if it has personal significance though :/
    I don't know I have seen people get pretty "bored" of tattoos they got as a sign of a relationship they were in (along with their new boyfriend and or girlfriends). If you just get tattoos that look good, you probably will never have to deal with laser removal or coverup. But ultimately everyone should get tattoos for their own reason or lack of reason. What the hell this has to do with tribal tattoos is beyond me.

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    Re: Tribal tattoos

    if you ever get bored with your tattoos I suggest you just get some more.
    seriously though, I've never had that problem myself, I've never perceived tattoos as something you 'wear' and more as something that's part of your body, especially when it comes to good tribal tattoos which can be very organic so to speak.

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    Re: Tribal tattoos

    Nice article on the Maori moko tattoo from the wearers perspective .

    BBC News - The rise of the Maori tribal tattoo

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    Re: Tribal tattoos

    Jean-Michel Manutea who tattoos at Imago in Montreal kills all styles of tribal, in my opinion.
    He's also a super nice dude.

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    Re: Tribal tattoos

    i wanted to blaze in on this thread with a bunch of stuff about Leo Zulueta, and Cliff Raven's 'Blackwork' and how my old boss who worked as a flash tattooer in the U.S in the early 80's swore Cliff Raven was doing his Blackwork thing way before Tribal etc......but it was all said on the first page. Hmmmphhh!

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    Re: Tribal tattoos

    Quote Originally Posted by tattoolover707 View Post
    You're less likely to be bored of a tatt if it has personal significance though :/
    I really don't know about that one....I would say that none of my tattoos have some big story behind em, and I still love em. I personally don't like some big significance behind them because that idea may change down the line, but the image is still there.
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