Dali Tattoo

La Persistencia de la Memoria (“The Persistence of Memory” by Dali), as tattooed in miniature by Walter Velázquez in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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    Posted on 05-18-2006 02:12:11 by mhm27x16
    That is so cool.

    Posted on 05-18-2006 05:48:04 by outmywindow
    Wow, that looks really clean and detailed for such a small size! Nice!

    Posted on 05-18-2006 06:21:34 by coconutjules
    The colors and detail are amazing.

    Posted on 05-18-2006 07:26:30 by sinophile
    love it.

    Posted on 05-18-2006 11:02:57 by Shutterbug
    I love the tattoo, but I’m really curious to see how it will look in a few years.

    Posted on 05-18-2006 11:41:56 by PaleCheekedAngel
    It’s so little! I think he’s going to wish he got it bigger…

    Posted on 05-18-2006 16:47:55 by coconutjules
    isn’t it being miniature the entire point, palecheekedangel? Obviously i don’t know for sure…

    Posted on 05-18-2006 17:31:17 by Malicia
    Where he work?

    Posted on 05-18-2006 19:34:24 by j
    i wonder if s/he understands the whole “montre” and impotence message that goes with this painting…

    Posted on 05-19-2006 03:30:07 by penski
    Or maybe, just maybe, s/he enjoys the aesthetics of the painting and doesn’t really care for art school pretentiousness ;)


    Posted on 05-19-2006 04:36:19 by outmywindow
    Ah penski, you took the words right out of my mouth…

    Posted on 05-19-2006 05:40:28 by curious
    Is this the guy who is famous for doing the art minature tattoos? (the tattoo artist) I think it’s a cool idea, but I’d honesty love to see what this guy can do with larger work. For example, a back piece of this painting would look much better IMHumbleO. Not to say the minature isn’t nice, just wonder why the artist only does minatures.

    Posted on 05-19-2006 18:01:49 by j
    didn’t mean to sound condesending, i was just curious.

    Posted on 05-20-2006 13:50:24 by VaJenna
    as a fellow dali tattooed person, i love it, but i really would love to see it bigger, but again, for the sheer size of it, the quality is amazing.

    Posted on 05-21-2006 17:33:57 by aimee
    ish good

    Posted on 05-23-2006 05:18:52 by Lydia
    magic ink work, but I always get a little red flag when I see artists work copied for tattoos. I have my reservations about the morality of the subject matter, even though the work is lovely.

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