Koi tattoos are an important part of the cultural landscape in Fiji, with a growing number of people having them on their bodies and in their homes.
One popular tattoo, for example, features a koi standing in front of a koi, with the words “I am a fish” written on its belly.
The word “fish” means “fisherman,” and the word “tattoo” means a mark of authority.
The fish tattoo on the right, which features a white fish tattoo, was created in 2008 by artist Joanna Sivu.
It was designed to be used in a public setting, with people wearing it at public events to promote the concept of the “fish tattoo.”
This is also the first time that a “toothed fish” has been tattooed in Fiji.
The design was created by a student at the University of the Pacific, who also made a tattoo of a crocodile on her arm.
The “fish,” the koi tattoo, is the only tattoo on her body that has ever been made in Fiji and was created at a public event.
“We wanted to get a fish tattooed onto the back of a young woman’s arm,” Sivusa said.
“I wanted to make sure that she had confidence in her own body, in herself and in her future.”
The fish was also the inspiration for the “Koi tattoo design,” which depicts a fish swimming in the ocean.
The artist, who is also a designer and artist at a private studio in New York, designed the tattoo for the artist’s client, a woman who wanted a tattoo that would “express her inner fish,” Srivu said.
The tattoo was created using ink from a traditional Japanese ink.
“The ink used is a mixture of fish ink and water,” she said.
Srivusa is currently making more tattoos for the woman, but said that they’re also going to be “totally vegan-friendly.”
She said she was inspired by the concept behind the fish tattoo design.
“It’s a way of saying, ‘I am not a fish,'” she said of the design.
She added that the tattoo will also be “completely vegan-aware.”
For Sriviusa, the tattoo is just one of many ways she’s creating meaning and meaning in her tattoos.
“Every tattoo has a purpose,” she explained.
“And I want to use the meaning of these tattoos to inspire others and teach them about the power of tattoos.”