Matias Serrano Redonnet

Matias Serrano Redonnet

Matias Serrano Redonnet
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The oni is almost always shown with horns. Their varied faces similar to noh masks are typically pink, red, or blue-grey. Guardians of Buddhist hell, demons who carry out the punishment given by the queen of hell to the souls that find themselves being judged for the evil deeds in life.The gods of wind (Fujin)(Raijin) that loom ominously atop a summit of clouds are usually depicted as oni, showing that oni are not evil, but carry out duties & deeds given them by powerful deities

The Hannya (般若) mask is a mask used in Japanese Noh theater, representing a jealous female demon or serpent.

So gorgeous, i saw thisvyears ago in national geographic but im not sure if this story is accurate --> Oyuki, a tattooed female assassin from Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart in Peril

A stunning classic full body Japanese tattoo. Japanese tattoo art has several names – irezumi or horimono in the Japanese language. Irezumi is the word for the traditional visible tattoo that covers large parts of the body like the back.

Nanami Asakura in traditional Irezumi tattoo. The fragility of the cherry blossom is the fragility of human existence, its brief period of life, like our own; its movement toward death, indifferent to the good things of this world, is the ideal death for a warrior; and finally, its individual and perfect beauty is also ours. Cherry Blossoms are held in high regard in Japan, emblematic of life’s fleeting nature they represent mortality, love, magnificent beauty and sudden death.

Nanami Asakura in traditional Irezumi tattoo. The fragility of the cherry blossom is the fragility of human existence, its brief period of life, like.

Usually when we think of 'sleeve tattoos' we imagine arms, but sleeve tattoos also look amazing on legs! There's something very beautiful about the shape of legs, for women they are one of the most