When I asked him about the inspiration behind this incredible work, he indicated the rabbit, which is based on his pet Fiver:
I immediately recognized the name as one of the characters in Richard Adam's wonderful novel, Watership Down.
He basically wanted something that was nature-based and gave the artist, Keller at Classic Tattoos in Pinellas Park, Florida, free reign on the design, allowing him to pretty much free-form the sleeve.
The collage at the top of the post consists of my shots in Penn Station, but the detailed photos are based on the pictures Andy generously sent me after the fact. These detailed photos show the brilliant colors and exquisite detail that Keller put into the tattoo, which Andy estimates represents about 18-20 hours of work.
Thanks again to Andy for sharing this amazing sleeve with us here on Tattoosday!