Very Cool Archaelogy Tattoo

This tattoo of the Lascaux Cave Paintings (15,000BC) on Philander is by Melanie Ainsbury Panesh at Colour Me Custom in Banbury, UK.

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14 thoughts on “Very Cool Archaelogy Tattoo

  1. shame i cant say same re quality of tattoo i got from mel.. its that bad 4 studios refuse to touch it..worse thing is when i complained, i was treated like rubbish, didnt want to know, be warned….

  2. I’ve had several 100 hours of work from Mel and seen several 1000 that she’s done. All are excellent quality and of the same standard asf the one above. I’ve also worked in a studio with her and she is a consumate professional who cares for all her customers and the art she provides for them. If mark has had a problem it will be down to his appalling aftercare rather than the quality of work.

    He is obviously far too stupid to have a tattoo. I imagine the four other tattoo studios have come to the same conclusion which is why they refuse to work on him.

  3. I don’t know if I would call this geek. This is just beautiful artwork to me, that happens to be on a person who is probably more learned than the average Joe. (or at least knows more about ancient art history…)

  4. Geesh, just when I thought I was the only person to have these paintings as tattoos. I gotta admit, the way their done is very cool. Mine are more like the originals.

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