“Death Before Decaf” tattoo by Stevie Scott at Wild at Heart in Brisbane AU (soon to be Agency Inc., Dunedin, New Zealand) via fuckyeahtattoos
Great bandaid tattoo on the knee via fuckyeahtattoos:
a simple bandaid on me knee to symbolize my strength over the years… and my randomness. i got it done by manny at artery tattoo and body piercing in palm city, florida. he does amazing work.
Awesome Misfits tattoo(s)! (Misfoots? Misfeets?) via fuckyeahtattoos:
My feet aren’t really together all that well, but still. This is a tattoo that I have wanted since I was about 13. I’ve loved the Misfits for as long as I can remember, and I used to get made fun of for dressing weird and listening to loud music. I had these Draven slip ons that looked just like this tattoo, only they glowed. I’m now 19 years old, and I still wear these shoes from 6th grade, with holes in the soles and tears in the fabric. I think those shoes represent my personality, and so does this tattoo. Inked my Michael Hopkins, Revenge Tattoo, Gloversville NY (still have to go back for my touch up).
Some day we will discover something awesomer than a tattoo of a detailed portrait of Betty White. But until then there is this. And it’ll probably be a while. Via fuckyeahtattoos:
This is obviously betty white. It is on my boyfriends thigh. It is his 8th and best tattoo. “Thank you for being a friend.”
Done by Carissa Coleman at gulf coast professional tattoo in panama city beach, Florida (she’s an amazing artist, remember her name if you’re ever in PCB!)
That is an incredible tattoo. A couple friends have cancer right now. And I’ve lost family and friends before. Fuck it. Fuck yeah.
My grandfather has been battling bone cancer since last October and the sickness has pretty much divided and torn my family apart. Cancer can suck it. Done by Noelle at Divine Machine, she’s the bomb.
I dig this tattoo. It’s a flocking menagerie! And Escher-esque in its way.
this is my tattoo a bird made of birds by paul anthony at spider murphys in san rafael ca. the designer is called jigram and i found it in a book of digital art when i was like 14
I don’t hop on the Star Wars fan train too often. But things like this that really show the depth of someone else’s obsession—and end up with great art as a result—I think are worth sharing.
Done by Chris 51, pictured (Springfield, Oregon) but at Norwich Body Art Festival (England, UK) this year and won best in show!
Totally in love with it. I wanted something that showed my love for Star Wars but also wanted it a bit feminine, hence the flowers. Chris is coming back next year, so i’m going to get him to add more flowers so it wraps round my arm entirely. I’ve had so many compliments on it and love that it brings out peoples love of star wars as they guess the characters (so always a good test of a true Star Wars fan ;-)). May the force be with you!
I got this Yuko Shimizu Illustration, because not only do I admire her artwork, but this tattoo represents my love for knitting and crocheting. I got it done at Outer Limits in Costa Mesa, Ca by Shorty. It’s always fun getting tatted!!