Getting a tattoo of someone else’s face is a bold decision, and one that I’ll never quite understand. This guy made the ultimate commitment and got his lady Jennifer’s face tattooed on his arm. Unfortunately, things didn’t last. It’s sort of big to be removed, so he just got it transformed into a shrouded skull. Like you do.
Our guess is that the breakup was messy.
(HP via 22 Words)
Are you a committed fan of Avatar? If you said yes, you’re wrong because no one is as committed as this guy. He’s spent a lot of time and money getting his backside covered to look like a Navi. You may also notice there are several images of Neytiri.
It’s an… aggressive look. Yeah, that’s the word. Click the Reddit link below to see more images at your own risk.
(Reddit via HP)
This is what happens when you put the Bat signal into Edvard Munch’s famous painting “The Scream.” The Joker takes the place of the screamer, and the Gotham City skyline appears in the distance. It’s an awesome combo – especially for a tattoo.
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The internet is made for sharing, and you have a captive audience when you share a crazy impressive tattoo. Redditor calibur84 went to a tattoo artist and requested a design featuring Carnage. Artist Tony Siemer of Totem Gallery in Xenia, Ohio looked at references and sketched the character and the background. The shading is especially awesome.
(Reddit via MTV Geek)
Was the nipple landing faked? The debate rages on.
There are cool Dead Space tattoos, and then there are ones with a double-headed necromorph. This ink belongs to Triangular Vision and though having reanimated corpses on my skin would freak me out, she makes it work.
Check out a couple more photos after the break.
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You don’t often see a tattoo that incorporates the bearer’s body parts like this One Piece design does. It features Monkey D. Luffy; a character from the anime series that has special powers and can inflate his bone structure with air. I imagine that’s just what he’s doing in this tattoo.
Awesome Yoda Borg tattoo by Tara Quinn from Texas.
(via Obvious Winner)
Awesome tattoos inspired by the characters that Harrison Ford portrayed in Star Wars and Blade Runner. The tattoos and photo are both by Selina Medina at Black Hive Tattoo in Jacksonville, Florida.