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The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier For the duration of Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Friday, March 13th, 2015

Verify out these Star Tattoos images:

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier In the course of Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Star Tattoos

Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Images by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its 1st-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took spot from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at five p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Meals Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Created Simple. In addition, there have been mariachis and folkloric dancers performing throughout the resort, genuine Mexican cuisine and drinks served at various restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with short-term tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and much more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

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The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier Throughout Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Some cool Star Tattoos pictures:

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier Throughout Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Star Tattoos

Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Photographs by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its initial-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took location from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Meals Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Created Effortless. In addition, there were mariachis and folkloric dancers performing all through the resort, genuine Mexican cuisine and drinks served at different restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with temporary tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and a lot more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

Discover The Cosmopolitan on…
Twitter: @Cosmopolitan_LV
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheCosmopolitan
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/TheCosmopolitanLV
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The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier In the course of Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Friday, January 16th, 2015

Some cool Music Tattoos pictures:

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier Throughout Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Music Tattoos

Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Images by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its 1st-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took location from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Meals Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Made Easy. In addition, there were mariachis and folkloric dancers performing throughout the resort, genuine Mexican cuisine and drinks served at a variety of restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with short-term tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and a lot more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

Uncover The Cosmopolitan on…
Twitter: @Cosmopolitan_LV
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheCosmopolitan
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/TheCosmopolitanLV
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The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier During Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Music Tattoos

Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Photographs by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its very first-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took spot from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at five p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Food Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Created Straightforward. In addition, there were mariachis and folkloric dancers performing all through the resort, genuine Mexican cuisine and drinks served at a variety of restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with short-term tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and far more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

Uncover The Cosmopolitan on…
Twitter: @Cosmopolitan_LV
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheCosmopolitan
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/TheCosmopolitanLV
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The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier In the course of Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Friday, January 16th, 2015

Check out these Music Tattoos images:

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier For the duration of Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Music Tattoos

Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Images by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its first-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took spot from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at five p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Food Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Made Simple. In addition, there had been mariachis and folkloric dancers performing all through the resort, genuine Mexican cuisine and drinks served at different restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with temporary tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

Discover The Cosmopolitan on…
Twitter: @Cosmopolitan_LV
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheCosmopolitan
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/TheCosmopolitanLV
Web: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Garden Celebration 020

Sunday, December 21st, 2014

Some cool Irish Tattoos photos:

Garden Celebration 020
Irish Tattoos

Image by Dermod

Garden Party 007
Irish Tattoos

Image by Dermod

Top of the Dome V – Fifth Annual Dia De Los Muertos Celebration Exhibit IMG_6287

Monday, August 18th, 2014

Some cool Skull Tattoos photos:

Best of the Dome V – Fifth Annual Dia De Los Muertos Celebration Exhibit IMG_6287
Skull Tattoos

Image by inkeola
Top of the Dome V – Fifth Annual Dia De Los Muertos Celebration Exhibit

More than one hundred ceramic skulls made by Gregg Stone and customized by dozens of painters, graphic designers, graffiti artists, sculptors and tattoo artists will be for sale and on display for the rest of the month of November 2008.

Crewest Gallery
110 Winston St. Los Angeles, CA 90013
www.crewest.com/

Recognized for its &quotLeft coast funk&quot style in a SoHo-like atmosphere, Crewest Gallery is situated in the trendy gallery row in downtown Los Angeles. Surrounded by historic-buildings-turn-l ofts, it is conveniently situated within walking distance to hot downtown spots such as Bar 107 (across), Pete’s Café (1 block), Little Tokyo, and the quickly to be opened &quotImaginAsian Cinema Center.&quot

Artists Jennifer Colley and Marty Katon IMG_6274
Skull Tattoos

Image by inkeola
Leading of the Dome V – Fifth Annual Dia De Los Muertos Celebration Exhibit

More than 100 ceramic skulls developed by Gregg Stone and customized by dozens of painters, graphic designers, graffiti artists, sculptors and tattoo artists will be for sale and on display for the rest of the month of November 2008.

Crewest Gallery
110 Winston St. Los Angeles, CA 90013
www.crewest.com/

Identified for its &quotLeft coast funk&quot style in a SoHo-like atmosphere, Crewest Gallery is positioned in the trendy gallery row in downtown Los Angeles. Surrounded by historic-buildings-turn-l ofts, it is conveniently situated inside walking distance to hot downtown spots such as Bar 107 (across), Pete’s Café (one block), Little Tokyo, and the quickly to be opened &quotImaginAsian Cinema Center.&quot

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier During Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

A few good Music Tattoos photos I located:

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier For the duration of Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Music Tattoos

Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Pictures by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its first-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took location from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Food Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Created Easy. In addition, there had been mariachis and folkloric dancers performing throughout the resort, genuine Mexican cuisine and drinks served at numerous restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with temporary tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

Discover The Cosmopolitan on…
Twitter: @Cosmopolitan_LV
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheCosmopolitan
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/TheCosmopolitanLV
Net: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier During Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Music Tattoos

Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Pictures by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its initial-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took place from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at five p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Food Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Made Straightforward. In addition, there have been mariachis and folkloric dancers performing all through the resort, genuine Mexican cuisine and drinks served at a variety of restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with short-term tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

Find The Cosmopolitan on…
Twitter: @Cosmopolitan_LV
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheCosmopolitan
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/TheCosmopolitanLV
Net: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Me at the Group Lexington Solstice celebration in Dolores Park

Sunday, February 16th, 2014

A handful of good Eye Tattoos images I located:

Me at the Team Lexington Solstice celebration in Dolores Park
Eye Tattoos

Image by Raquel Van Nice
photo by Timothy Wells

I did a small editing to get rid of my stoner eyes and bring out my tattoo. My skin is regrettably selecting up the red from Tim’s shirt.

www.flickr.com/photos/captaintim/3647955188/

Exciting Hair
Eye Tattoos

Image by Tobyotter
Half his head was shaved and the other side has a extended ponytail. The corner of his right eye has a tear drop tattoo and his arm are completely covered in old fade black-line tattoos. I saw him in the pow wow but I came across him in the parking lot and asked if I could take his photo.

Tattoo Red Stag Block Celebration L1000173 20100822

Saturday, January 18th, 2014

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Tattoo Red Stag Block Party L1000173 20100822
Music Tattoos

Image by erlin1

Checking out what is going on
Music Tattoos

Image by NCBrian

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier In the course of Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Wednesday, December 25th, 2013

Verify out these Star Tattoos images:

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier Throughout Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Star Tattoos

Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Pictures by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its first-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took spot from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Food Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Produced Simple. In addition, there had been mariachis and folkloric dancers performing throughout the resort, authentic Mexican cuisine and drinks served at different restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with temporary tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and much more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

Locate The Cosmopolitan on…
Twitter: @Cosmopolitan_LV
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheCosmopolitan
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/TheCosmopolitanLV
Net: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier Throughout Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Star Tattoos

Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Pictures by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its very first-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took place from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at five p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Food Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Made Effortless. In addition, there have been mariachis and folkloric dancers performing all through the resort, genuine Mexican cuisine and drinks served at different restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with short-term tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and a lot more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

Find The Cosmopolitan on…
Twitter: @Cosmopolitan_LV
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheCosmopolitan
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/TheCosmopolitanLV
Web: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier During Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Star Tattoos

Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Photos by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its very first-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took spot from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Food Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Made Simple. In addition, there had been mariachis and folkloric dancers performing throughout the resort, genuine Mexican cuisine and drinks served at numerous restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with temporary tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and a lot more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

Locate The Cosmopolitan on…
Twitter: @Cosmopolitan_LV
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheCosmopolitan
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/TheCosmopolitanLV
Net: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

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