Ukulele Art

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Every now and again I like to knock together the odd custom ukulele design. It's all just a bit of fun. I usually do it as a tribute to some. Ukulele Art, Music Guitar, Music Love, Good Music, Ukulele Design, Found Art, You Are The Father, Art World, Musicals

Uke Hunt cont...

I write about ukuleles: at http://ukulelehunt.com and in Ukulele for Dummies. Much of this is going to be ukulele-related too.

Headstock of Amy's Mermaid Ukulele Ukulele Art, Guitar, Sirens, Pretty Pictures, To My Daughter, Gallery, Mermaids, Showroom, Awesome

Gallery Home: Ukulele Showroom » Inlay Art » Headstock of Amy's Mermaid Ukulele

Here's a close-up of the torso of the headstock of my daughters soprano ukulele. Ivory for her torso, red abalone for her bra, Waterfall Bulbinga for her hair to match the back of the uke and lizard recon stone for her tail. Added is a gold mother-of-pearl hook. You can almost hear her saying, "you can't catch me!"

Today is Sailor Jerry Day. For those of you who don't know Sailor Jerry outside of a good and strong ass rum , he was one of the sickest a. Sailor Jerry Rum, Sailor Jerry Flash, Sailor Jerry Tattoos, Hula Girl Tattoos, Pin Up Girl Tattoo, Pin Up Tattoos, Tatoos, Navy Tattoos, Ukulele Art

Sailor Jerry 7

Sailor Jerry was tagged with the name Norman Collins at birth, but he began to distance himself from normalcy when he was 19 (that's why he became a sailor). He traveled around the world, not only getting his first tattoos, but also gaining exposure to the art and imagery of Southeast Asia. This later became a crucial influence when he opened his first tattoo shop in Honolulu's Chinatown, ground zero for swaggering sailors, drunken soldiers and whoever else wasn't afraid to hang around…

Liberty magazine cover featuring the ukulele Ukulele Art, My Past Life, Hula Girl, Vintage Sheets, Music Covers, Pin Up Art, Pin Up Girls, Blonde Moments, Retro

Liberty 1941-07-05

Art from: Liberty 1941-07-05. Woman in sarong and lei playing a ukulele. Also: Why Matsuoka hates the United States; and, why Breen resigned from the Hays Office, by Adela Rogers St. Johns. Artist: El Gilchrist Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien

Series of water-colour illustrations based on musically gifted women. Ukulele Art, Arte Horror, Asian Art, Ideas Para, Guitars, Watercolor Paintings, Happiness, Behance, Colour

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Series of water-colour illustrations based on musically gifted women.