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Posted in coverups/reworks, flower tattoos, girly tattoos, small tattoos with tags on March 2, 2012 by Sara Purr


Cupcake cover up.

Posted in coverups/reworks, girly tattoos, small tattoos with tags , , , , , , on April 5, 2011 by Sara Purr

Covered a tiny cupcake with a bigger cupcake. Much better!!! And yummier!!!

Re-work of Lotus.

Posted in coverups/reworks, flower tattoos, girly tattoos, Hindi Tattoos, Religious/Deity tattoos with tags , , , , , , , on February 3, 2011 by Sara Purr


Cover up in progress. With skull!

Posted in cartoon tattoos, coverups/reworks, evil tattoos with tags , , on November 10, 2010 by Sara Purr

As promised, a closer look at the tattoos I do on a daily basis, in all their rawness.

Started a cover up on my old friend Chris this evening, next up I will be repairing the previous damage caused to his upper arm. I forgot the before picture of the bottom part, but let’s just say it looked like a cartoon skull who had just eaten some Drano and did not like it very much!

More to come next month on this one.

Phoenix in Progress, continued…

Posted in Animal Tattoos, coverups/reworks, flower tattoos, Japanese Inspired Tattoos, Mythical Animal Tattoos with tags , , , , on August 6, 2010 by Sara Purr

Next up, upper arm coverup…


Posted in coverups/reworks, evil tattoos, flower tattoos, Lady Tattoos, Mythical Animal Tattoos, Traditional American Tattoos with tags , , , , on June 4, 2010 by Sara Purr

Coverup/add on…

A bit of Angelique and Amanda Toy got in here somehow…:)

Some randomness: A pig, some flowers, and…Believe!

Posted in Animal Tattoos, Buddhist Tattoos, coverups/reworks, flower tattoos, Illustrative/Artsy Tattoos, Japanese Inspired Tattoos, Mythical Animal Tattoos, thinking people's tattoos with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 3, 2010 by Sara Purr

Jessica is a super creative client with very unusual taste in tattoos. Her first pieces from me were 2 freehanded “Munchy Monsters” on her ribs with knives and paintbrushes, accompanied by lettering done in the appropriate blood and paint spatter. Rad.

Her next request was a cartoony pig being carried away by a bunch of balloons.

She finally decided to make an upper backpiece around her existing piggy and (not my work) some blossoms on a branch that state, “Believe”.

Here it is in all its random glory. LOVE IT!