Taurus is in the center of the constellation of constellations, and the tattoo on the left of the image is the constellation.
The constellation is known for its beauty and elegance, with the red star Sirius and the black dot in the middle representing light.
The tattoo is the first of many to come from Taurus, a constellation known for it’s beautiful stars and planets.
Taurus has long been known as a place where young women of all ages and cultures come together to explore the universe.
The New Zealand-based company Tattoo Planet has teamed up with the Taurus Centre for Astronomy and Culture to make a constellation tattoo for a young girl from Auckland, New Zealand.
The project began in February and is a partnership between Tattoo and the TCA.
“The stars in the constellation have long been associated with beauty and wonder, but this tattoo is a beautiful reminder of the majesty of the stars,” says Lisa Tappara, Head of Product Marketing for TattooPlanet.
“We wanted to offer an opportunity for young girls to get the message across that there is more to the stars than we see in the sky.”
The stars are known for their beauty and complexity.
The Taurus constellation is also home to the Tauri and Taurus stars, and has long had an image in the popular culture as a reminder of its beauty.
The image was created by the team behind the Tauras’ tattoo.
It was designed by photographer Matthew Hock, and was inspired by the famous painting of the Tastes of Taurus by artist and artist James Tait.
The stars were created with a laser-cut acrylic resin, and are also decorated with an embroidery pattern, with Taurus on the back of the tattoo.
Tapparas team of artists were able to use their own laser cut acrylic resin to create the stars.
The logo was created with the help of a professional graphic designer, and will be available in three sizes: small, medium and large.
The first is a large, full-color image of Tauris, while the second is a smaller, full size image of the star and the third is a small, ink-jet-paint version.
TCA is a non-profit organization that works to promote the science and astronomy of the universe through exhibitions, research, and outreach.
The centre hosts astronomy events and holds workshops for students and teachers.