Iron Cross Surface Piercing

Pain-Freak sends in these shots taken at the second annual Chilean tattoo convention of a staple and surface bar weaving project in the shape of an iron cross… Other than typical concerns about motion in surface piercings, I think this could actually stay stable for some time.

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11 thoughts on “Iron Cross Surface Piercing

  1. This may be a dumb question, but what is with the huge holes (that’s what it looks like to me) directly north and south of the cross in the right-hand pic?

  2. it is a realy nice job! but it suck that this kind of piercing can rarely be permanent! damn body that dont like geting fulled of metal:-p

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