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Categories: sanskrit, serif, vegan, vegan ink, vegan tattoo artist, vines, wordy

Hello vegans and friends, hope you’ve had a lovely time since you’ve last visited. I have been super busy lately and have been real slack about bringing you  more cool vegan tattoos on awesome vegans. 

Our next tattoo comes from Becca who says:

“The number one comment I get when people see my wrist tattoos is ‘What, in case you forget?’…   And yes, in a way they are.  They’re a reminder of the commitment I’ve made to the animals and to myself, lest I ever lose sight of why I’m vegan.”

“I got this first one in Las Vegas in November of 2007 from a vegan tattoo artist at a Vegan Freak meetup, using vegan inks.  I wanted a visible “vegan” tattoo, but I worked in corporate hell so I didn’t want it to be glaringly obvious.  My compromise – got the tattoo on my wrist, but used white ink.  I really like the effect, similar to scarification.”
This one for you
This one for you

“I knew almost immediately after getting the first one that I wanted another one on my right wrist, and this spring I finally got the second one.  This one was done by Annie Mess in Austin in April of this year (2009), also using vegan inks.  It’s not entirely finished healing, and will look much like the first one after a few more months.”

This one for me

This one for me

I have always loved these white ink tattoos for very similar reasons, they are a bit of a shock when you notice them too, an inky secret unconvered.

Anyhow, way to go Becca!  Thanks for your excellent contribution and thanks for being vegan!

Categories: black & white, bold, jivamukti, sanskrit, serif, vegan, yoga

Ok, so it doesn’t really say “gimme some vegan cupcakes sucka” but that would be pretty hilarious.

tejas blogger Eddie G writes:

“My vegan tattoo is a Sanskrit mantra that reads “Lokah Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu” and translates to “May all beings everywhere be happy and free.” It’s the class anthem for Jivamukti yoga, which focuses on living a cruelty-free, vegan life.”

are you sure "Lokah Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu" doesn't translate to "i'll have the porkchopz plz!!"

are you sure "Lokah Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu" doesn't translate to "i'll have the porkchopz plz!!"

Thanks a bunch for your addition Eddy, I’m not one for much yoga but I love the statement your tattoo makes.   Its also a really lovely written language that almost seems made for tattooing.

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Check out that fun rawsagna.  How cool is that?

Also found this if yoga is your thing: jivamukti yoga.  I might be ignorant but I’ve never heard of this before and they are vegan so thats great.