Youngest tattoo artist in the world?

OK, so he’s getting some help from his dad, but this is the youngest tattoo artist I’ve seen yet!

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12 thoughts on “Youngest tattoo artist in the world?

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  2. That would be really amazing, to grow up and know that you have a peice of art from when you were so young. & your parent(s) could always show people.

    I wish my parents were that cool.

  3. I think gloves are the least of daddy’s concerns. Is this just a posed picture? However, I’m not so cynical that I would a/ notice the child wasn’t wearing gloves to hold the gun for what was probably less than ten minutes, lets face it, he’s very young. My hand gets sore holding a pen in brace position for ten minutes, let alone a tatt gun and I’ve got fully developed muscles! or b/care if it’s posed picture – I think it’s great! The earlier kids are exposed to the way bodies work (including ink on/under skin), health, education about the world and in a safe environment with loving parents & friends, the better. Within reason of course. I really liked the Nadia post where she did a heart on her dad’s leg. And the Sativa one too!~ Still, I wouldn’t let a littl’in tattoo me, but I’m not a pro artist with kids, so I say MORE stories like this, we love them.

    xx jules xx

  4. I think it’s sweet. And I’m betting the reason he’s not wearing gloves is that (a) it’s his dad, and (b) they don’t make gloves for hands that small. As for posed, you can see the evidence of the needle vibrating by the blur in the picture.

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