Love and Hate, Metaphorically

I gotta say, I really, really like this interpretation of the classic “LOVE” and “HATE” knuckle tattoos on Ted, done by Joel at Tattoo Mania in Montreal (that reminds me, someone please tell me who left their Tattoo Mania shirt in my bedroom because I can’t quite figure out whose it is).

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One thought on “Love and Hate, Metaphorically

  1. The following comments were imported from our old comment system:

    Posted on 05-14-2006 23:38:35 by dream3r
    looks more like ‘life’ and ‘death’ to me, but i’m weird. either way, they’re pretty ^_^

    Posted on 05-15-2006 03:33:36 by coconutjules
    I really like the flowers…..

    Posted on 05-15-2006 03:34:49 by the_logic_of_crocodiles
    those skulls are so cute! i like this :)

    Posted on 05-15-2006 08:03:31 by pete
    i love this so much the flowers are great the skulls are cute but a little odd but love it

    Posted on 05-15-2006 12:18:01 by LostSally000
    I like this….It’s pretty….

    Posted on 05-15-2006 16:26:20 by Sono
    Really nice. Like it from start on.

    Posted on 05-16-2006 22:06:52 by Court
    cool concept, even better tattoo

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