Eat The Rich

Category: Lotus

Hot as hell

This week was hot like a pepper! Here are some tattoos to match that.

Roger Merling Meijer



Willem Jansen



Rudolf Maartens



Sebastiaan Hess


Bob Eus





A black and grey tatbanger by Florencio the mexican savage.
Detail shot of a lotus by Mehdi the french freak.
A magestical testicle tatter by Roger the indosnesian dancer.
A tralala mandalala by Thomas ‘faster than light’ Goosebumps
An indjun by Willem the german with the gay bicycle.
Someones name by Rudolf the african slave.

I Fucked Up!

I’m sorry! I screwed up on that last post! The sleeve by Mehdi was already on here.

So to make up for it, I’ll just post the same sleeve again….

Only now it’s healed.


Sleeve by Mehdi.
In progress by Florencio.

You Guessed It!

A regular blog update just wouldn’t be complete without a koi sleeve on here!

And why not make that two koi sleeves while we’re at it.
 First one by Mehdi, second one by Roger Federer.


Roger wants everybody to know that he loves Donal Duck and he finished this chestpiece a couple of days ago. Half fresh, half healed so the contrasts are a bit messed up now, but you get the idea.

Horikoi and Horidancer

Florencio finished up this koi and lotuses\loti\lotus flowers he started a while back on this guys back.
Mehdi added a little piece to fill up Charlie’s 3/4 to the wrist of a Indonesian dancer lady.

Picture Dump

Willem stayed true to this customers vision of his tattoo.
Florencio. Not finished yet, needs some more black.

I’m Blue, Dabadi Dabadai

Blue koi, is having a blue day. Dabadi Dabadai


The Japanese Shinto sun goddess, ruler of the Plain of Heaven.
Her full name “Amaterasu-Ō-Mi-Kami”, means “Great Goddess” or “Great Spirit Who Shines in the Heavens”.
She was so bright and radiant that her parents sent her up the Celestial Ladder to heaven, where she has ruled ever since.

When her brother, the storm-god Susanowa, ravaged the earth she retreated to a cave because he was so noisy. She closed the cave with a large boulder. Her disappearance deprived the world of light and life. Demons ruled the earth. The other gods used everything in their power to lure her out, but to no avail. Finally it was Uzume who succeeded. The laughter of the gods when they watched her comical and obscene dances aroused Amaterasu’s curiosity. When she emerged from her cave a streak of light escaped (a streak nowadays people call dawn). The goddess then saw her own brilliant reflection in a mirror which Uzume had hung in a nearby tree. When she drew closer for a better look, the gods grabbed her and pulled her out of the cave. She returned to the sky, and brought light back into the world.