As the owner of the Ariel Tattoo version of this hobo bag style, I can tell you that squeed with delight when I saw this Star Wars Boba Fett Tattoo Hobo Bag. The bag itself is sturdy but super soft and amazingly easy to maintain—and this one has Boba Fett, so it’s awesome just for that.
Yes. I think I just talked myself into buying it. You guys are terrible for my budget.
See more pictures after the break.
Suicide Squad Director David Ayer tweeted photos yesterday from Harley’s Tattoo
Parlor Parlour where the cast really got inked. In full Harley Quinn makeup, Margot Robbie grabbed a gun and signed Ayer’s skin with “SKWAD.” Then the rest of the cast took turns in the camaraderie.
Check out the tattoo-bonding photos with the cast after the break.
This sleeve is the work of @MartinMooreTattoos in Southampton, UK. It was custom designed for a client who wanted to focus on some of her favorite video game characters.
As you can see, the result is stunning.
Getting a tattoo can be daunting. They are a lifetime commitment, after all. Well, now you can have a temporary tattoo that lasts roughly two weeks, is made with organic, fruit-based ink that looks real, comes in a number of designs, and supports a good cause.
Brothers Tyler and Braeden Hanley started Inkbox and they’ve developed a system that uses ink derived from the Genipa Americana fruit, which has been used by the Embera-Wounaan and Kuna tribes in Darién Gap, Panama. In an effort to both give back and help keep their product sustainable, they also donate a percentage of the proceeds to The Darién Initiative, which helps out the local tribes and the forests.
So, super high quality temporary tattoos, from a natural source, that gives back to the community? When you add the fact that many of the tattoos are only $19, I’d say they’re doing something pretty cool. They’re also doing a Kickstarter to develop the technology to create custom designs online, so there’s a lot happening here.
See more after the break.
I can’t tell you how much we love stories like this.
Charlotte Campbell got her first cochlear implant in 2013 when she was four years old. She just had her second one put in, and her father Alistair (who has no other tattoos) decided to have his own “implant” tattooed on his head in a show of support.
“My love for her really,” he said. “Hey my hair can grow back.”
Alistair noted that he would let his hair grow back and shave it off on “special occasions” or if Charlotte wanted to see it.
We think he should keep it shaved. Bald is beautiful bro. Especially in this case.
Alberta photographer Wendy Sloboda has been photographing fossils for 30 years, and she has a gift for dinosaur hunting. Her work has led to the classification of new species, and a discovery she made five years ago was given the name Wendiceratops Pinhornensis in her honor. Royal Ontario Museum paleontologist David Evans told CBCnews:
The paleontologists dig at sites discovered the previous year — often by Sloboda, Evans says.
“We often joke that we’re Wendy’s cleanup crew because Wendy runs around the badlands and finds all this cool stuff and we basically come in afterwards and do the digging,” he added. “She just has a sixth sense for finding good specimens.”
Sloboda drives out to other areas and hikes with a small group, usually students, to go “prospecting” — looking for rocks sticking out of the dirt that she recognizes as fossils from their unusual colour, texture or shininess.
“It’s really hard to explain,” she said.
An image of the hippo-sized horned dinosaur which is related to the triceratops and lived 75 to 79 million years ago, is now tattooed on Wendy’s arm.
Check out the tweet from Chad Michael Murray (Agent Jack Thompson) after the break…