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Paris Jackson’s New Chest Tattoo: Photos – People – PEOPLE.com09.06.17

Paris Jacksonrevealed her latest tattoo via a topless Instagram Story photo post on Saturday.

The 19-year-old displayed her new chakra tattoo, with flower emojis used to keep her photo SFW. She also shared other pictures of her new tattoo, including one pic of her new ink covered by a bandage, with the caption, Secreting blood n plasma everywhere.

Jackson who has been open about her spirituality had the chakra tattoo (which represents energy points) inked down the center of her chest.

This is hardly the first tattoo for the model. Thenew face of Calvin Kleinrecently got a matching tattoo of a spoon with godfatherMacaulay Culkinlast month. Both stars got the ink on their arms.

Jackson has said that she hasover 50 tattoos, most of which she got in the last year. Many of her tattoo designs honor late musicians including John Lennon, David Bowie andPrince. In 2016, she also debuted ink on her forearm from her fathers 1989 multi-platinum albumDangerous. The image shows the Michael Jacksons eyes in a whimsical frame featuring a monkey, elephant and peacock.

RELATED VIDEO:Paris Jackson Defends Her Love of Nudity

In an Instagram post she shared last year, the 19-year-old opened up about her decision to get so many tattoos, writing, the craftsmanship of tattoos will always be a controversy. some people like them, some people absolutely hate them. In that post, which featured a picture of herself showing her inked arms, she wrote, I appreciate art. iIalways have.

the craftsmanship of tattoos will always be a controversy. some people like them, some people absolutely hate them. i appreciate art, i always have. especially when that art means something to me. today i can look at my inner forearms and see art that has meaning for me, i don’t see a dark past anymore. my scars and past of self-hatred have been covered by loving marks, creativity, ingenuity.. and depth. sure i will always carry my past with me, but i see ink as a way of changing for the better, always improving. they represent strength for me. i look back at my old self and then i look in the mirror, and i see a fighter looking back at me. i’ll always keep fighting, and encouraging others to stay strong. we all go through hell every now and then but it makes us the warriors of love we were meant to be. so to anyone struggling, it gets better. you’re not alone.

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Back in May, she also defended her decision to display nudity on social media.

i’ll say it again for those questioning what i stand for and how i express myself. nudity started as a movement for going back to nature, expressing freedom, being healthier and was even called a philosophy. being naked is part of what makes us human. for me it helps me feel more connected to mama gaia. i’m usually naked when i garden. it’s actually a beautiful thing and you don’t have to make it sexual the way many hollywood stars (and the media) do. not only is your body a temple and should be worshipped as so, but also part of feminism is being able to express yourself in your own way, whether it’s being conservative and wearing lots of clothes or showing yourself. there’s different ways of absorbing mother earth’s energy, my favorites are earthing which is absorbing the earths vibrations from contact between the soil and your bare feet, as well as letting your naked skin absorb the rays of the sun. the human body is a beautiful thing and no matter what “flaws” you have, whether it be scars, or extra weight, stretch marks, freckles, whatever, it is beautiful and you should express yourself however you feel comfortable. if this makes some of you upset i completely understand and i encourage you to maybe no longer follow me, but i cannot apologize for this in any way. it is who i am and i refuse to shy away and keep my beliefs a secret. every one as an opinion and every one has their beliefs. we don’t always agree with one another and that’s okay. but again, we are all human, and to appreciate the things that other people do that make us human helps us feel connected. how can that be a bad thing?

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Nudity started as a movement for going back to nature, expressing freedom, being healthier and was even called a philosophy, she wrote for the Instagram post that featured a black-and-white side shot of her naked torso. [B]eing naked is part of what makes us human. for me it helps me feel more connected to mama gaia.

[I]m usually naked when i garden, she continued. its actually a beautiful thing and you dont have to make it sexual the way many hollywood stars (and the media) do.

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Q&A: BC Lions’ defensive back Ronnie Yell – The Province09.06.17

Defensive back Ronnie Yell is looking forward to having his young son see him play football in person for the first time.Gerry Kahrmann / PNG

Blessed with a keen eye for art off the football field, Ronnie Yell has never been short of inspiration on it. Now, the fourth-year defensive back goes one-on-one with Cam Tucker in the B.C. Lions Blitz Q&A, where they discuss tattoo designs, the art of the interception and the moment during NFL training camp when Yells life changed forever.

Q: Ive noticed you have a lot of tattoos. How many do you have?

A: As far as a number count, I cannot give you that. I completely lost count of all my tattoos. I can tell you where Im covered. My whole front side is covered, all arms, all back and were working on legs next.

Q: When did you get your first tattoo?

A: Fifteen.

Q: I read that you do a lot of paintings, drawings and art work. When did you discover that you had an artistic talent?

A: That came from (when I was) young. Id say early ages. My mom just kept me in a lot of creative stuff, just kept me busy. Kept my in sports and outside of sports, I was a good student, so when I was done my homework, I just doodled. Ive got a creative imagination so I paint a lot. I draw. A lot of my tattoos, Ive drawn myself. Im just really artistic. Im into fashion. Im into designs. I started that at a really early age.

Q: How many of your tattoos are from your own personal designs?

A: Every tattoo I have has some sort of my design in it. I gave the artist an idea, I drew the idea for them and then I basically let them get in the rings and incorporate what they do.

Q: Does it hurt?

A: Some of them. Some spots hurt more than others but none of them feel good.

Q: Id imagine all of your tattoos are personally significant, but is there one that you would say has a really special meaning for you?

A: I would definitely my sons tattoo I have his footprints tattooed on my neck with his name and his birthdate. Thats definitely to date my most prized possession for tattoos. Thats my pride and joy right there, man. That would definitely have to be my most important.

Q: Your son was born during Arizona Cardinals training camp. That mustve been an amazing moment but given where you were in your career, trying to make the NFL. How did you balance the two?

A: Honestly, it was really hard balancing due to the fact that I was fresh out of college. It wasnt like I was in the league and established and I could miss time or take off. I really couldnt. I was trying to make a team, I was trying to make a 53-man roster, so I couldnt leave. The coach at the time, Bruce Arians, I asked him at the time if I could go see the birth and he was open about it and said I could, but as a player you can tell you can tell demeanours, you can tell just how coaches are. I couldnt miss that. Unfortunately I missed the birth of my son but it turned out well. Im here and Im able to provide for him.

Q: When you got back to see your son, what was that like?

A: It was amazing. It was the first thing I wanted to do. Right when I got released, I almost immediately came up here (to the Lions during the CFL practice roster expansion period) so I had about a month in between when I got released and when I came up here. Everyday I spent with him. It was amazing. It was a lot of time missed being in training camp and it was a lot of time made up with the month off. Our relationship is amazing today.

Q: What will that mean to you when he comes up here for a game?

A: Its going to mean everything. It will be his first time actually seeing me play live and not on television. Seeing what dad does best in real life. That will be really exciting. Hes going to be really excited. It will be a fun time.

Q: Whats his name?

A: Kaeto Akai which stands for the first born and then Yell.

Q: You played quarterback in high school. You made the transition to defensive back at San Jose State. What went into the transition and how difficult was it?

A: The transition wasnt too hard. Im not the prototype quarterback stature or size or arm. None of that. I already knew after high school that I wasnt going to play quarterback anymore. So going into college, it was either slot receiver or DB. The determining factor was I came in, they tried me at DB and I started all four years at San Jose. That was the story right there.

Q: The art of the interception what goes into getting an interception?

A: The art of the interception, it comes in all ways. Its preparation. Its film study. Knowing exactly whats coming, knowing exactly what your opponents going to do. Honestly, just when the ball is there, its making sure youre in position and going and making a play on the ball. A lot of DBs in the league, they kind of panic when that ball comes or they dont look at where the ball is at. Theyre just chasing. Youve got to look and see where that ball is at all times and when its there, youve just got to go get it. Go make a play.

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Just Tattoo Of Us series two has a start date and this time things are going to get messy – Metro09.06.17

Just Tattoo Of Us is back (Picture: MTV)

Enjoyed the first series of Just Tattoo Of Us? Well, heres some good news you dont have to wait too long for the shows return to screens.

Because MTV has confirmed that Stephen Bear and Charlotte Crosby will be back presiding over those tatts and the bust-ups that follow on Monday October 2 at 10pm.

Thats, like, really soon you guys.

Series two will see more people lining up to be inked with designs chosen by family, friends and loved ones which they wont see until the tatt is complete.

And judging from an early promo clip for the series,things are going to be even more explosive than before once those results are unveiled.

Yup, you can expect fights, tantrums, arguments and as Charlotte explains one scene where a girl attacks her own brother and starts kneeing him in the face.

She added: We had to intervene cause we dont have enough money for security.

Tattoo artist Cally-Jo Pothecary added: There are so many meltdowns in this series.

We cant wait.

Oh, and as if thats not enough youll be seeing a few familiar faces turning up including Geordie Shores Abbie Holborn, Ex On The Beachs Charlotte Dawson, and a certain Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland from a certain Love Island.

Set those reminders now, people

MORE: Charlotte Crosby confirms Just Tattoo Of Us start date (and her romance with Stephen Bear?)

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Scented tattoos are a thing and we are very intrigued – Her.ie09.05.17

Bittaparsley anyone?

There are plenty of non-conventional tattoo trends doing the rounds these days.

From watercolour ink to glow-in-the-dark designs, the humble tattoo is not what it used to be.

We’re (mostly) enthralled by the clever and creative ways that people have been deciding to decorate their bodies, but now, there’s a new kind of tattoo trend that we really weren’t expecting to take off.

Not only can you ink yourself up to add a bit of colourto your skin, but as it turns out, you can also add smells too.

Or rather, the guys over at Tattly can.

The temporary tattoo company are busy designing tattoos that are stunningly beautiful that also smell like your fav herbs and flowers.

Fancy a bit of parsley on your shoulder? No bother, Tattly’s got the design just for you.

Think a hit of a strawberry scented lollipop would brighten up your day? It absolutely would so stick it on your thigh ASAP.

Unlike regular tattoos, Tattly’s designs aren’t permanent which means that everyone from kids to people who don’t really want to smell like thyme for the rest of their lives can avail of them.

According to their website, all of the tattoos are safe and non-toxic.

Designed primarily by French artist Vincent Jeannerot, they transfera “sensibility and emotion which he feels when he paints the tiny details or a delicate shadow.”

Sounds decent to us.

Tattly’s scented tattoos come in sets of two of eight and are all printed using vegetable based ink.

Jeannerot’s latest set of perennialfloral themed tatts will set you back about 15 quid for a pack of eight, which isn’t bad for a solid two to four days of smelling like roses.

Images via Tattly.

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Paris Jackson’s New Killer Tattoo: Beautiful Chest And Belly Designs For Those Inspired By The Look – HuffPost UK09.05.17

But now Jackson has triggered the internet for something a little more… playful.

The 19-year-old got new tattoos of religious symbols descending in a straight line from her chest to her belly button and shared the look with her fans on Instagram.

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Jackson isnt the only star who is partial to a bit of chest ink. Rapper and actress Eve is also known for having two little paws on her chest, an image synonymous with her sassy stage persona.

If Jacksons snap has inspired you to consider a similar inking, here are a few of our favourite designs from social media to inspire you:

And we couldnt resist sharing some with the same idea, only down the back:

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Tat-Tuesday: Students share stories behind their ink – UT The Daily Texan09.05.17

Editors note: Tat-Tuesday is a weekly series that features students around campus and their tattoos.

Karen Dabroi

Using a sewing needle taped to a pencil, visual arts studies sophomore Karen Dabroi started DIY tattoos when she was 16. Though many students seekout professional tattoo artists with detailed designs, some do it themselves.

I thought it was cool, but that took a long time, Dabroi said. So I got just tattoo needles (and) ink from an art store.

Without the expensive tools used by professional artists, Dabroi has to figure out which designs can be visually appealing but still easily drawn with herstick-and-poke system. She is left with basic shapes tattooed across her body, but for Dabroi, each tattoo is a reflection of her in that stage of life.

I used to like self-harm a little bit, Dabroi said. Its the same effect, you know poking yourself but its kind of constructive, its an outlet for emotions. Its whatever comes to mind, whatever you see, interpret as you wish.

Ben Hsi

The meaning of the beautiful tattoo that adorns the upper arm of UT alumnus Ben His is missed by most Americans. The design is a stylized poemthats been in his familyfor generations.

Its been around for, I dont know, a hundred years, Hsi said. The meaning is essentially Have good values, pass them on and your family will beblessed. Each character represents what generation you are within the Hsi family.

Hsis immediate family first moved to America in 1979, two years before his birth. Though the distance prevents Hsi from keeping a close relationshipwith his distant family, he said the tattoo serves as a connection to them.

It reminds me of what my grandparents went through, Hsi said. Our family may be in different places, but they crossed different cultures and places across the world just to give us a better life.

Regina Balmaceda

English freshman Regina Balmaceda has never lived near mountains, but her special connection to them led her to get the simple yet stylish tattoo onher thigh.

Every time Ive gone (to a mountainous area) I feel invigorated, Balmaceda said. I use (the tattoo) to remind myself of the invigoration I feel. Theenergy feels very natural, very primal.

Balmaceda did not grow up with this passion for mountainous regions, finally developing it during a profound moment in the peaks of Wyoming.

I remember I would be hiking and I would just stop and breathe in, Balmaceda said. I felt stronger. Thats where I feel alive. Even though I might change, that feeling wont. Its always going to remind me of what that felt like.

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‘Hand and neck tattoos can have a serious impact on your professional life’ – Galway tattoo artist – Independent.ie09.05.17

Gordon Carney, owner of G’s Tattoos, on Shop Street in Galway City, told Independent.ie that he will not give someone their first tattoo on a body part that is easily visible as it’s an issue of ethics.

“We get a lot of people who come in for their first tattoo and they might want it somewhere very visible. We just send them away. It’s because of ethics and a duty of care as well. We don’t want to give the tattoo industry a bad reputation and if we give people tattoos like that straight away, we will,” he said.

The tattoo artist, who is originally from Dublin, added that having a tattoo on a body part that is hard to conceal like the hand or the neck can affect someone’s professional life and make it difficult to get a job in some sectors.

“It can have a serious impact on your professional life. If you have neck tattoos, it’s going to be difficult to pass job interviews.”

Mr Carney said many people become addicted to tattoos and that’s why they cover their body in them. Hannah Aitchison of LA Ink TV show fame believes it is the process of getting the tattoo that is more addictive than the designs themselves.

She said: “Many people talk about being addicted to tattoos but I think they’re more addicted to the process.

They’re addicted to the process of doing something so significant and it having such a tangible effect on their personal being. There’s so much about life now that we can’t control but getting a tattoo is utterly your decision. “

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Ex-model has mum’s ashes turned into very special tattoo to ‘offer protection on the other side’ – Mirror.co.uk09.04.17

Grieving ex-model feels her late mum is looking out for her from ‘the other side’ after having her ashes turned into a tattoo .

Tracy Roberts wanted to have a permanent tribute to her beloved mum , Linda Porter, and so decided to add to her extensive tattoo collection with a new design.

And the poignant inking she chose is the Horus Eye symbol, which is an Egyptian god who is the protector of the other side.

The rocker got her first permanent inking when she still a teenager and now has designs covering most of her body.

Tracy who is still coming to terms with Lindas death earlier this year said: The most recent one is particularly special. I lost my mum but she is part of me now. I had her ashes tattooed into my skin, into a Horus Eye symbol, the Egyptian god who is the protector of the other side.

I have got full tattoos down my arm, my ribs, down the full right side of my body. Every tattoo I have got means something to me.

I had my first one at 17. I used to do modelling, so I had it on the inside of my lip, because it had to be somewhere that it wouldnt show. It hurt a lot I felt like I had gone 10 rounds with Mike Tyson.

Her son Jack Potter, aged 12, said: I like my mums tattoos, but I think she has got enough now.

Tracy and jack, from Bucknall, in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, was one of the visitors to the Staffordshire Tattoo Gathering held at the Kings Hall in Stoke over the weekend.

The event showcased the work of 27 tattoo artists, specialising in a variety of different styles, and also featured live music, a custom car show with American hotrods and lowriders, a bench press competition, exotic animals, and Star Wars characters including Storm Troopers and Darth Vader.

It also gave like-minded people the chance to mix together and show off their tattoos.

Warehouse operative John Fenton has his entire body covered in tattoos, including his head.

The 61-year-old, of Bentilee, told the Stoke Sentinel : I had my first tattoo in 1972. My brother was 10 years older than me, and he influenced me to get one. My first tattoo was a dagger, but it has been covered up since then.

I have got a full body sleeve, my tattoos go over my arms, my legs and my body. Having my ribs tattooed was the most painful. That was also the longest session I had, it took eight hours.

People used to stop and stare when I was walking down the street but so many people have got tattoos these days that no-one bothers anymore.

Joel Kirkham, of Silverdale, had a new tattoo added to his back at the gathering, which was done by Leek tattoo artist Hollie May.

The 28-year-old, who works as a hotel night porter, said: The tattoo is part of my life story. I wanted a Stoke-on-Trent theme, and then I have got a motorbike on it because Im a member of a motorbike club, and I have got a tent in the design.

I have always done a lot of camping, but for a while I was homeless and I lived in my tent.

I told Hollie what I wanted and she came up with the design. I have wanted it for years.

Hollie, aged 32, of the Old Smithy Tattoo Parlour, said: Joels tattoo took about five or six hours to do. Ive been a tattoo artist since 2010. I did the custom design in my own unique style.

Hollies husband and studio manager, Matt Wall, aged 42, said: I think the tattoo gathering is brilliant. Its great to meet and talk to all the different designers. This is a really good convention.

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Make Art Not War: Community comes together to work on art fusion piece at Bohemian Tattoo Club – Kokomo Tribune09.04.17

KOKOMO In a time of division and conflict across the nation, citizens of Kokomo have been finding even more ways to come together.

Last week, Juan Espinoza IV and Chloe Boor organized Kokomo Stands Together, a unity gathering in Foster Park. More than 100 people were in attendance, including several local public figures, clergy and educators.

A few days later, Chloes father Tim Boor, owner of The Bohemian Tattoo Club and Gallery, continued that spirit of togetherness during downtown Kokomos First Friday event.

Using the Bohemians iconic owl design, tattoo artists created three free tattoo designs representing unity and peace. All donations for the tattoos were given to Bridges Outreach, who was teaming up with LeaderOne Financial for the fifth annual Hawgin the Block event happening just outside on Main Street.

With Bridges Outreach being right next door, Bohemian artists have created multiple pieces for the nonprofit to auction off as fundraisers in the past, Tim said.

Honing in on the Artsapalooza First Friday Theme, Tim also outlined the largest art fusion piece Bohemian has ever done.

Dozens of people filtered into the shop, gazing into the eclectically designed rooms of the newly reopened business. Bohemian just reopened its doors this summer after suffering extensive damage in a fire in June of 2016.

Children and adults alike picked up crayons, markers and other mediums to put their mark on the large paper canvas in the back room, where Tim was serving refreshments and talking with customers and visitors.

Our theme personally was Make Art Not War because of all of the horrible stuff in the world, he said. We thought it would be cool to do things that got the community together and getting people that dont know each other to paint a picture together or draw something.

This isnt the first art fusion piece Bohemian artists have participated in, but it was the first time the business got the community involved. Professional artists and amateurs worked together on different areas of the piece, which was given to Bridges Outreach to either hang up in their building or auction as a fundraiser.

Tim said with all of the ridiculous people in the world, the movement against racism and other divisiveness might as well start here in Kokomo.

Tattooed people were kind of every color, he laughed. As a whole, Kokomo is what a lot of people out in the world call that Midwestern hospitality. I think its good city and it has a lot of great intentions, so I think there will be more of this.

We do these First Fridays and other festivals that seem to bring people out and bring people downtown. Hopefully we can change peoples minds a little bit or at least open them up, and the more groups of people you get to hang out together the better chance that is.

In the future, Tim said Bohemian would like to do more art fusion with the community especially with children, to encourage them to try art as well as supporting the arts in schools with the finished pieces.

Now that were back in our building hopefully some of these things will come into fruition, he said.

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Mass. Tattoo Convention draws colorful crowd to Worcester – Worcester Telegram09.03.17

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WORCESTER – Patrons at the DCU Center were wincing in pain, bandaged, and black and blue … and many other colors, Saturday as the Massachusetts Tattoo Convention came to town.

Tattoos are art and art is magic, said convention producer Natan Alexander, owner of Witch City Ink in Salem. Its really an arts festival more than anything else.

More than 60 tattoo shops from all over the country – many with multiple artists in tow – are converging on the DCU Center this weekend for the four-day Massachusetts Tattoo Convention. The event, which is in its second year in Worcester, is expected to attract a couple of thousand visitors who come to meet artists and perhaps set up an appointment for a tattoo.

But patrons, artists and Mr. Alexander emphasized that the event was about more than just getting ink.

Many of the patrons and artists interviewed discussed the intense relationship that can develop between tattoo artists and collectors, as Mr. Alexander called clients. After all, the artwork is often very symbolic and personal … and permanent.

For instance, Andrea Errara, 24, of Webster, was having daffodils tattooed on her right shoulder.

Its my birth-month flower – my mom buys them for me every year on my birthday, Ms. Errara explained.

Moreover, tattooing provides a source of income for artists who consider the skin just another medium. Like painters, each tattoo artist has their own style, favorite subjects and unique talents.

Im an illustrator, said Angel Santana, 42, an artist at The Tattoo Project on Highland Street. I can draw anything for the client if theyre thinking of something I try to get an idea of what is meaningful for them so I can make the tattoo personal.

That creates a sense of community, attendees and artists said.

I like that you get to talk to the artist, said Andrea DiGirolamo, 26, of Douglas, who was debating having her I-just-turned-18 tattoo, (a star) redone. Im really big on talking to the artist as a person and its nice meeting people from everywhere.

And as in any artist colony, a unique culture was on display at the show. Almost every, if not every, attendee had at least one visible tattoo. Some had the traditional single-color sailor tattoos on their biceps. Others had tattooed faces and heads. Many had colorful designs peeking out from under T-shirts and wrapping around limbs.

This is a way to build community where the emphasis is on creativity and originality and the importance of expression of individuality, said Mr. Alexander. I hope the city and greater community supports that because I see a lot of potential here.”

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