Traditional Japanese Sleeve
Traditional Japanese Sleeve Tattoo showcasing Botan Flowers or Peony Flowers. Full Sleeve and Chest piece. It’s also a small cover up, but its hard to find an old tattoo.
Lifetime projects like this takes a lot of energy and time, its painful and takes a lot of care in-between the sessions. It might take several months or even more, depending how often sessions are made.
Botan in Japanese culture
Botan garnered their reputation as the king of the flowers because they were grown in the gardens of imperial palaces throughout China. Because of their association with royalty, they evoke themes such as good fortune, wealth, and nobility.
Schedule an Appointment
If you’d like to have this kind of tattoo in your life, and like George’s style of tattooing, please feel free to contact him and then you will discuss your custom tattoo. But before that:
1. Please check up portfolio ones more, just to be sure that George’s style of work is compatible to your tattoo idea, he wouldn’t be able to help if it’s not.
2. Collect reference pictures to clearly illustrate your tattoo idea in the best way. Please note: George works by custom only. Photos of someone else’s tattoos can only be used as an example of desired tattoo style. Absolutely NO copying of other peoples tattoos or parts of that tattoos!
3. George only takes consultation bookings via e-mail, please send detailed conceptual description of your tattoo idea, including approximate expecting size, body part, left or right side etc. Please attach all images you have collected. The more useful information you can provide, the quicker your actual consultation can be scheduled.
George works only in styles represented in his portfolio and absolutely serious about results of his work, that’s why He’s always really selective on what to do on skin. For instance, He never makes letterings, sorry about that. Please, set up your consultation appointment only if you strongly believe that George can do what exactly you want.
Traditional Japanese Sleeve – Botan tattoo by George Bardadim, Tattoo Artist based in NY.