Cutest Tattoo Ever?

I don’t know if this toe piece that David Barake in Santiago, Chile did is going to hold up very well (palms, soles, and so on don’t take ink easily), but it sure is cute!

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35 thoughts on “Cutest Tattoo Ever?

  1. And the last one on the right foot (on the picture side, not the actual right foot) reminds me of salad fingers

  2. I wonder if the client had the faces planned out ahead of time, or if he went to the artist and was like “doodle on my feet”. Either way I love the result.

  3. I would so use this as emoticons on my personal blog(if they were my tattoos). This is a cute idea, I hope they last long enough for the owner.

  4. I wish I could remember the name of the characters, but there used to be these cartoons that I believe this tattoo was based off of. The characters had heads that were shaped like toes (not that I made the connection to that before I saw this) and they were a multitude of colours.

  5. thanks to all for the comments, (my english sucks!) I dreamed about having those faces in the toes, then I said to my brother who is beginning in the tattoo world do it bro!. The faces were made free hand, the bad thing was that they come off real fast, like two or three weeks, I think I’ll do it again but with different faces.

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