theheftyhideaway:

ink-its-art:

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh
“Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics.” help

Quyen and I used to be fb pals years ago. I love that her art is getting attention because she is insanely talented!
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ink-its-art:

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh
“Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics.” help

Quyen and I used to be fb pals years ago. I love that her art is getting attention because she is insanely talented!
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theheftyhideaway:

ink-its-art:

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh
“Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics.” help

Quyen and I used to be fb pals years ago. I love that her art is getting attention because she is insanely talented!
Zoom Info
theheftyhideaway:

ink-its-art:

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh
“Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics.” help

Quyen and I used to be fb pals years ago. I love that her art is getting attention because she is insanely talented!
Zoom Info
theheftyhideaway:

ink-its-art:

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh
“Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics.” help

Quyen and I used to be fb pals years ago. I love that her art is getting attention because she is insanely talented!
Zoom Info
theheftyhideaway:

ink-its-art:

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh
“Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics.” help

Quyen and I used to be fb pals years ago. I love that her art is getting attention because she is insanely talented!
Zoom Info
theheftyhideaway:

ink-its-art:

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh
“Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics.” help

Quyen and I used to be fb pals years ago. I love that her art is getting attention because she is insanely talented!
Zoom Info
theheftyhideaway:

ink-its-art:

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh
“Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics.” help

Quyen and I used to be fb pals years ago. I love that her art is getting attention because she is insanely talented!
Zoom Info
theheftyhideaway:

ink-its-art:

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh
“Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics.” help

Quyen and I used to be fb pals years ago. I love that her art is getting attention because she is insanely talented!
Zoom Info

theheftyhideaway:

ink-its-art:

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh

Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics.” help

Quyen and I used to be fb pals years ago. I love that her art is getting attention because she is insanely talented!

mjwatson:

If you claim to be a feminist and you shame girls for wanting to do traditional things like take their husband’s last name or be a house wife then you are doing it all completely wrong.

Feminism isn’t an elite group who defeats gender norms, it’s a group who accepts ALL women’s choices.


“I danced around as Isadora Duncan at four years old. And my parents said ‘What are we gonna do?’ I’d pay my brother 50 cents a week, just to dance with me, just because I loved to dance so much. I didn’t want to go to ballet school every day, and study, and kill myself either; because I knew I couldn’t bluff my way through, say Russian ballet. So I had to figure out another way to do something wonderful without working at it. So as a real little girl I started singing along with the Beach Boys, learning all the words … Working out my routine, sort of, and that’s not easy when the mirror starts at right where your chest starts, and you’re trying to work out the whole stage show, but that’s what I did.”
Stevie Nicks, rock n’ roll ballerina.

I danced around as Isadora Duncan at four years old. And my parents said ‘What are we gonna do?’ I’d pay my brother 50 cents a week, just to dance with me, just because I loved to dance so much. I didn’t want to go to ballet school every day, and study, and kill myself either; because I knew I couldn’t bluff my way through, say Russian ballet. So I had to figure out another way to do something wonderful without working at it. So as a real little girl I started singing along with the Beach Boys, learning all the words … Working out my routine, sort of, and that’s not easy when the mirror starts at right where your chest starts, and you’re trying to work out the whole stage show, but that’s what I did.”

Stevie Nicks, rock n’ roll ballerina.
To get a gun in Japan, first, you have to attend an all-day class and pass a written test, which are held only once per month. You also must take and pass a shooting range class. Then, head over to a hospital for a mental test and drug test (Japan is unusual in that potential gun owners must affirmatively prove their mental fitness), which you’ll file with the police. Finally, pass a rigorous background check for any criminal record or association with criminal or extremist groups, and you will be the proud new owner of your shotgun or air rifle. Just don’t forget to provide police with documentation on the specific location of the gun in your home, as well as the ammo, both of which must be locked and stored separately. And remember to have the police inspect the gun once per year and to re-take the class and exam every three years.

A Land Without Guns: How Japan Has Virtually Eliminated Shooting Deaths (via buttension)

see, that’s gun control
you don’t take away a person’s right to bear arms
you take away a person’s ability to abuse their arms
i mean it’s high maintenance but i really think it’d be worth it if it saves lives  

(via vintagedressesandavocados)