Desert Dweller Flash Tattoos •≪≪≼

March 9, 2015

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Piercing rays of light, a flash of silver and an ethereal babe drifting the desert terrain. We are thrilled to release our SS15 “DESERT DWELLER” Flash Tattoo pack! ( purchase here )

≫ Photographer: James Norton

≫ H/Mu: Kara Robertson

≫ Styling: Child of Wild

≫ Model: Rocky Barnes 

This is our second collaboration with Flash Tattoos (see our previous pack here≫ Wild Child)

≫ Berber: Inspired by the indigenous Berber tribe of Northern Africa the Berber women traditionally tattoo their face and certain parts of the body. Closely related to henna these tattoos are more geometric and have beautiful symbolism to certain shapes. (Read more here)

≫ Egyptian: A continuation to our last Wild Child pack... we took inspiration from ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. Many of these symbols are protective and have transcended Egyptian culture and have been adopted into common worldy beliefs.

≫ Native Indian: Known for their in-tune spiritualism with nature, often tribes pull symbolism from the Sun, Thunderbirds and natural Turquoise stone. The Zia (sun) is a sacred symbol to the Zia Indians in New Mexico. (Read more here)

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xx – Child of Wild

After hours of research and in-depth appreciation for these different cultures this is our artistic interpretation and original designs in collaboration with Flash tattoos.

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