We had a very interesting chat with @adamfromdublin yesterday from @theinkfactory which will be out tomorrow at 12 so turn on this pages notifications to stay updated👑
They have a great event coming up on Saturday the 17th and I encourage you guys to come down and show support❤️ Also special thanks to @shanesora for the graphic!
➡️➡️➡️Swipe for video.. Today I was tasked with fixing up this celtic sleeve.. At first it didn't make much sense but in the end we found a dragons head sitting in the lower half.
Another sitting in 2 weeks..
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Done in @screamingcanvas
distribution of #irish speakers in 1900 and 2000 dark green majority irish speakers light green significant minority.
I notice they have most of 2000 Ireland marked as it being a minority language but everything I've heard here in reddit and in real life points to that minority being extremely small.
Irish was the majority language right up until the mid 1800s. The vast majority of speakers were starved to death and forced out of the country during the Great Hunger of 1845 (1 million dead and 1 million emigrated in the space of a few years). The British government actively discouraged the use of #Irish and it was even banned from national schools in the late 1800s. This all helped to accelerate Britain's long term goal of complete Anglicisation of #Ireland . It had an absolutely devastating impact on Ireland's culture.
Independence came a little too late for the Irish language. Despite the Irish government's efforts to revive it (or kill it as some might say), native speakers are still in rapid decline.
Started a little bit more coverup action for Frankie thismorn. ➡️➡️➡️ Swipe for a video..
I love blasting old school stuff into the skin. If you want some traditional style tattooing, bold lines and solid colour.. You know where I'm at.