Category Archives: Back Piece

Cross tattoo

Fortis fortuna adjuvat tattoo

Client gets a backpiece of fortis fortuna adjuvat lettering from shoulder to shoulder with a cross and a praying hands as a centerpiece design done by luigi at morbid tattoo parlor in cash and carry mall makayi manila philippines.

Floral tattoo

Floral backpiece from shoulder to arms tattoo design by luigi at morbid tattoo parlor in cash and carry mall makati manila philippines.

Dragon tattoo


Dragon tattoo done by luigi at cash and carry mall makati manila philippines.

red dragon tattoo


oriental tattoo cover up (unfinished business)


fallen angel


finishing touches

U.S. Marine Corps

Outline: Boobies tattoo studio Okinawa Japan

Shading, Rendering, finishing: Morbid tattoo parlor Makati Philippines.

cherry blossom

Cherry blossom is a symbol of female beauty and sexuality. Additionally, the cherry blossom is the Chinese symbol of feminine principal it also symbolized love in a language of herbs.

The cherry blossom is a common symbol in traditional Japanese woodblock art dating back many centuries, and as a consequence is often featured in Japanese tattooing which has drawn artistic inspiration from the woodblock prints for several centuries.

Bushido, the samurai’s code, takes the cherry blossom as its emblem. The blooming of the cherry tree is the purest manifestation of beauty in Japanese culture, but then the blossom swiftly fades and is scattered by the wind. This is the perfect death for a true warrior, who has lived with constant awareness and acceptance of the precariousness and transitory nature of existence. The essence of Bushido, or the Way of the Warrior, is that the true Samurai lives every day knowing it may well be his last. A samurai’s motto is, “This is a good day to die”. The cherry blossom as a tattoo designis a powerful reminder that life is fleeting and we must live in the present and cherish every waking moment, for it may well be our last.

custom freehand back piece phoenix

The mythological bird of fire is familiar to most of us, but perhaps not so well-known is in it’s original meaning — ‘phoenix’ in Greek means ‘palm tree’.

According to Chinese mythology, the phoenix is the symbol of grace and virtue and is second only in importance to the Dragon. It represents the union of yin and yang, and was a gentle creature associated with the Empress, who alone could wear its symbol. The feathers of the Chinese phoenix were black, white, red, green and yellow – the five primary colours. In Japan, the phoenix is found carved into sword hilts, and the image of the bird seen as embroidery on kimonos. Along with the sun, the phoenix is one of the emblems of the Japanese Empire. In Japanese tattooing the phoenix is often twinned with the the dragon, symbolizingyin and yang, the harmonious combining of the best of the feminine and masculine virtues.

Norwegian client gets a custom freehand back piece phoenix design, done in morbid tattoo parlor in cash and carry mall makati manila.