Fox Labyrinth

Fox Labyrinths is a small body piercing operation located inside Sun City Tattoo in El Paso, TX. We use only the best in quality body jewelry, and we deliver safe and professional piercing experience!

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shinraidekinai:

shinraidekinai:

I’m a doofus

Reblogging because why not ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

I cannot handle this

Perfect brows perfect hair perfect face guhhhh

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onetribeorganics:

I finished these lovely Guatemalan jadeite flowers with red amber cabochons in hollow settings yesterday. Very happy with how they turned out. They’re shipping to their new home today. It’s always sad to see things disappear to the other side of the world after spending so much time making them.

onetribeorganics:

I finished these lovely Guatemalan jadeite flowers with red amber cabochons in hollow settings yesterday. Very happy with how they turned out. They’re shipping to their new home today. It’s always sad to see things disappear to the other side of the world after spending so much time making them.

evolvedbodyartincolumbus:

These eye-catching Carnelian beauties from Abaraka are just one of the many new pieces we brought back from Las Vegas, and will be a part of our Buy One Get One Free Jewelry Sale starting next Monday.      

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freemindfreebody:

nevver:

Art school confidential, Joanna Szproch

Floortje !

gorillaglass:

queerqueenie:

Some of my favorite glass pieces

Amazing collection!!

ageofdestruction:

alanis: Clouds and shadows on Mars, photographed by Mars Express, 24th May 2012.

Between 28 and 36°S, 284°E, on the arc of highlands that surround the southeast Solis Planum. The crater split between the 2nd and 3rd images is Voeykov, about 75 km across, named for climatologist and geographer Alexander Ivanovich Voeykov (1842-1916). The small, deep crater toward bottom left of the 4th image is Los, named for a village of about 400 people in Gävleborg County, Sweden.

Composite of 3 visible light images for colour, and 5 monochrome images for animation. Colour is not balanced naturalistically, and the slightly psychedelic colours of the clouds are a result of mismatches between the images where the clouds have moved between exposures.

Image credit: ESA. Composite: AgeOfDestruction.

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safepiercing:

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So while I was scrolling through tumblr today I saw this meme of a google search auto complete. This is something that comes up all the time at my studio and I’ve never thought to address it here.

Yes, at one point a single earlobe piercing was used to signify sexual…

Do you have any suggestions for literature on body modification culture, focusing on the history and psychology?
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sacreddebris:

luisgpiercing:

That’s a good question, I actually don’t when it comes to specifically the psychology of it.

History-wise there are a couple (if you mean modern body art. The best would be Jim Ward’s book Running the Gauntlet. You can also check out Elayne Angel’s book The Piercing Bible.

You can also follow @sacreddebris on here. Shawn posts a lot of stuff pertaining to the early days of modern body art.

If you can find them, the old PFIQ and Body Play magazines would give a good glimpse into the history. They are collectors items, so they aren’t cheap.

Anyone else can feel free to reblog and add any other stuff.

Recommended reading:
Marks of Civilization (Arnold Rubin). (currently on ebay for $16)
Running the Gauntlet. (Jim Ward)
PFIQ, (Gauntlet Enterprises)
Modern Primitives. (RE/Search)
Body Play and Modern Primitives Quarterly. (Fakir Musafar)
Body Art Magazine. 
Piercing World Magazine. (Pauline Clarke)
Spheres of Adornment (Pauline Clarke)
The Eye of the Needle. (Pauline Clarke)
Beyond the Eye of the Needle. (Pauline Clarke)
In the Flesh Magazine. 
ModCon. (Shannon Larratt & Philip Barbosa)
Sacreddebris.com (Shawn Porter)

realfvckingfriends:

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praise-feeder:

What the fuck, you are fucking beautiful

~meet me at the back door just so we can talk more~

its prettier than me wtf

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weformlikevoltron:

Lagos Calling: "A fantasy anthropological imagining of skinhead fashion from the early 70s through African culture by Clayton Cubitt

what if Skinhead culture had taken off in Africa in the 70s? well heres your answer.

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heroinsight:

الزي الثراتي Africa: Libyan berber girl © Sasi Harib

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