Dominik Fajcsi

Dominik Fajcsi

Dominik Fajcsi
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Papyrus from the Book of the Dead of Nakht (detail). From Thebes, Egypt, Late 18th Dynasty, 1350-1300 BC.

This is a page from the book of the dead. The ancient Egyptians put a lot of emphasis on life after death. They had an entire book dedicated to what to do after you die.

i want a tattoo like this but i just want the outlines of the hands and a string connecting them two because i want to connect to everyone i come in contact with even if it's for a second: we all connect whether we know it or not

The most famous hands in the world, those of Adam and God from Michelangelo's ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Simple yet effective tattoo by Patricio Nardi.