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Amazing Polygonal Tattoo Artworks By Halasz Matyas

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Halasz Matyas is a tattoo artist, based in Budapest, Hungary. Check his amazing works below. Continue reading »

Lego Minifigure Tattoos by Polish Tattoo Artist Max Pniewski

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These are portraits of people and animals, skulls, vampires, and a lot of Lego men. Talented Artist Max Pniewski gets a lot of tattoo requests from clients for Lego Minifigures of DC Comics superheroes and Star Wars characters. Some of the requests include portraits of people, animals, skulls, vampires, and as you may have guessed a lot of Lego men. Continue reading »

Tattoo Week in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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A woman smiles as she gets a new tattoo during Rio Tattoo Week in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday, January 16, 2015. Tattoo artists from Brazil and around the world gathered for the annual three day convention. (Photo by Silvia Izquierdo/AP Photo)
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Mistaken: Tattoo Project

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Mistaken’ is a photography project that revolves around people with tattoos and how each element of art on skin carries a form of character with the person. The project aims to debunk society’s point of view on tattoos of being associated with people involved in illegal dealings. Continue reading »

The Great British Tattoo Show at Alexandra Palace

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A woman gets tattooed at The Great British Tattoo Show at Alexandra Palace on May 24, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for Alexandra Palace)
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Elegant Henna Tattoo Crowns Help Cancer Patients Cope With Their Hair Loss


The art and tradition of using all-natural paste from the henna plant to create temporary henna tattoos goes back to ancient Asian and Middle-Eastern history, but there’s one group that has taken this ancient art form and given it a new, modern purpose. Henna Heals is a community of henna artists based in Canada that creates beautiful flowering henna crown tattoos for women who have lost their hair to cancer and chemotherapy. Continue reading »

Tattoo Artist Digitally Tattoos Celebrities


Some of us love tattoos and some of us hate them, but Seattle-based artist Cheyenne Randall has come up with an interesting way of making them more popular – by Photoshopping them onto the skins of famous people throughout history.

Have you ever wondered what an inked-up Johnny Cash or Audrey Hepburn might look like? Randall’s images features these and other greats baring all and showing off their digitally altered tattoos. While the tattoos might look overdone or strangely out of place on some, many of these characters look like they definitely could’ve (and should’ve) rocked some ink. Continue reading »

MIR Apparel Inspired by Russian Criminal Tattoo Art

MIR Apparel, based in Brooklyn NY, features designs inspired by Russian Criminal Tattoo Art. Symbols of anti-authority and criminal lifestyle, worn by men and women who believed in standing up to the powers that be, “baring their teeth” and selling their soul to the government. These tattoos forever marked the wearer as part of a society that lived by it’s own codes and laws. Continue reading »

LEGO Tattoo By Pilot Extra-fine

An awesome ad for ball-pen “Pilot Extra-fine“, with some crazy bad-ass tattoo on LEGO figurines. Created by Grey Barcelona. Continue reading »

The Tattoo Erasers

Some who are inked have regrets. That’s where lasers come in. New technology is making the removal process easier, and more commonplace.

Ken Saler, a 61-year-old, semi-retired real estate maverick, has reinvented himself. His Advanced Laser Tattoo Removal office in the District has a steady stream of customers, all trying to dial back their everlasting tributes. Dozens of similar tattoo-removal businesses are opening across the country. (Matt McClain / FOR THE WASHINGTON POST) Continue reading »

The Tattoo Jam Festival

The Tattoo Jam Festival in Doncaste is Britain’s biggest gathering of tattoo professionals and skin art devotees. The event hosts over 300 artists working in the exhibition hall of Doncaster Racecourse. (Christopher Furlong/Getty Images) Continue reading »