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Hey everyone, im new to the site but id like your opinions on my tats :D these are links to the 2 i have on my chest, i would like to continue the theme all over my front upper body, chest, ribs, stomach, abdomen and maybe 1 sleeve as well. i have the beginings of a sugar skull on my stomach, but its not finished yet so im not posting it! :) but i love the dia de los muertos style of tats, i think they are beautiful. my latest piece - tattoo.yeeti.com skull on right side my latest - tattoo.yeeti.com la katrina on the left. I also started doing a pin up leg, i have 2 on there, pin up - tattoo.yeeti.com left calf pin up - tattoo.yeeti.com left thigh and a horror character leg on the right nurse from silent hill - tattoo.yeeti.com right thigh heeeeeeeres Johnny!!! - tattoo.yeeti.com right calf be happy for input, ideas and feedback. thanks all! :D
Anyone going to their city/towns local Dia De Los Muertos parade/event? For all the Bay Area people here is SF's info which is always fun: San Francisco's Annual Day of the Dead celebration Wednesday, November 2, 2011 Procession starts at 7pm on 22nd & Bryant Streets Altars and gathering is at Garfield Park, 6-11pm, 26th & Harrison Streets Please bring candles in GLASS containers, no votive or open flame candles are allowed at the park. Do you want to make an altar at Garfield Park? Please check in at the Marigold Project information table near the Garfiled Park clubhouse on November 2 and we will find a location for your altar. For those unfamiliar with Day of the Dead here's some info from SF's site Maybe see you there........
Alright so I know a lot of people get Dia De Los Muertos stuff tattooed on them because it is "cool" or "in" but there are those that truly love, understand, and celebrate it. So in the spirit, memory, and celebration of Dia De Los Muertos who on LST celebrates Dia De Los Muertos wether it is personally or goes to your local town/cities event? Who has Dia De Los Muertos tattoos and yes pictures are always appreciated? Etc? What does your Dia De Los Muertos look like? Here is the info for the SF one that I try attend every year for the past thirteen years up here. I was introduced to Dia De Los Muertos as a kid by the local latino kids I ran with for a few years and have since made it one of my most celebrated and enjoyed "holidays". It is unfortunate but this year may not be what it historically has been due to finances and other reasons of the Mission becoming gentrified. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence as mentioned below raised and donated some money. If you are unfamiliar with them they are pretty awesome and very very supportive and active in many Bay Area fundraising events so encourage you to check them out as well. http://www.dayofthedeadsf.org/