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::The dragon and the tiger:: These two iconic motifs are often paired together, usually in conflict due to their opposing nature. The pairing of the tiger and dragon is also considered well balanced because they represent counterparts associated with Daoism: the tiger represents the “yin” and the dragon denotes the “yang” 
This back piece from @ryanussher is a perfect example of this beautiful balance.

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::The dragon and the tiger:: These two iconic motifs are often paired together, usually in conflict due to their opposing nature. The pairing of the tiger and dragon is also considered well balanced because they represent counterparts associated with Daoism: the tiger represents the “yin” and the dragon denotes the “yang”
This back piece from @ryanussher is a perfect example of this beautiful balance.

FOR BOOKINGS
w: lighthousetattoo.com.au
: contact@lighthousetattoo.com.au
️: (+61 2) 9316 4565

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