Nice Goggles, Donkey Boy

That’s his username, not an insult! Facial tattoos by Andy Barela at American Graffiti in Las Cruces, NM.

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14 thoughts on “Nice Goggles, Donkey Boy

  1. I cant help but see that non-tattooed part under his nose as a hitler tash.

    Like the roses on his neck. :)

  2. His forehead looks really plain in comparison to the tattooed parts of his face (which look awesome.)

    The goggles also rule. :)

  3. If only those goggles could be his real eyes a la ‘Neuromancer.’ That would be shweet.

  4. the triangles don’t look symmetrical. that bothers me.

    maybe it’s just because he’s smiling…

  5. I’m not sure the combination works for me, very symmetrical with flowers underneath. It seems like two so very different styles that do not work together.
    Gotta agree tho, he is gorgeous ;)

  6. Goggles. :] I think I like the flowers more, but only because his chin and cheeks don’t look entirely symetrical. But it could just be me?

  7. i think the tattoos symetrical,99% of peoples faces arnt perfectly symetrical,i reckon it goes off and rocks and he suits it-he looks freakin awesomme

  8. it is nice to see a face tattoo that is just the holl botom part of the face it realy is cool and it is amasing the amount of people with face tattoos o i wont a face tattoo so bad now from bob fox . bme page rulls

  9. Nice design. I like that his forehead is blank, the contrast sort makes me visually sweep his face and focus more on the design. Great use of negative space. The goggles go really well for the photograph too.

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