I think the real reason that Marisa over at Needled doesn’t post many pictures of her brilliant husband is not because of wanting to avoid nepotism, but because she doesn’t want readers all over the world ogling her guy. So, until she manages to get him in front of a camera sans clothing, here’s some tribal work by Randy Adams Tattoos in Dallas on someone with a very similar body type:
I think what I like about ModBlog is that because it’s tied to BME, it gets pretty much blacklisted from the mainstream because it won’t ever censor itself. That means I can’t get profitable Google-Ads like the other blogs out there, but it also means that I can post all the carnality I like… And that’s good, because I like it a lot. For me, body modification sources from sexuality. I realize it must not for everyone, but for me, and I think many members of BME, body modification is down there at the base of who they are, just as “no choice” as their core orientation… So enjoy (click it if you can):
If that’s not enough for you click here for another teaser (different people)… Please send in your high-res photos to email@example.com — the readers will enjoy it, you’ll get a free membership, and I’ll enjoy it. I’d say “feel free to wear a mask”, but that only does so good when you have recognizable tattoos and modifications!
I mostly just thought that this pre-suspension photo of IAM:bodmod*starlet was really nice.
I’m running tight on time today (I <3 Survivor) so I’m going to have to post today’s tattoo pictures as a set. Let’s start with this Tootsie Roll Superhero (“I told everyone that I had a Tootsie Roll in my pants”) by Jason “Shagoo” Campbell at Artist’s Edge in Springfield, IL.
I’m going to file Amanda’s tattoo by Lizard Tattoo in Krakow, Poland in the “Paradise? I’ll believe it when I see it!” category — but that’s only because I’m the lecherous sort that’s addicted to explicit photos.
Tiff’s cold-war-vibe apocalyptic tattoo on the other hand does not go into the paradise category (unless you’re some sort of born-again waiting for the rapture I guess) — in this picture it’s freshly done by Marvin at Chrome Lotus Tattoo and Piercing in Orlando, Florida.
This optical illusion elephant (count the legs and tell me how many he has) was done by Greg Christian at 252 Tattoo in Ohio.
Tanya’s My Little Pony tattoo (quite a common theme incidentally) was done by Micro at Wild Things in Baton Rouge, LA — as you can see they’ve been customized to match her personality (unless they released tattoo and piercing themed toys and no one told me about it).
Finally, check out this dress form done at Ink Lab — on a seamstress perhaps?
Check back tomorrow for more tattoos, or just visit BME’s tattoo photo galleries.
There are quite a few more pictures in the BME genital piercing galleries of extreme female genital piercing work done at Madison Piercing Clinic in Norway. Personally I think the one that’s shown in the two pictures on the left (click to zoom and uncensor the set) is getting carried away (and might not feel great during sex), but I think the one on the left looks nice… Although I suppose the difference is at least in part dictated by different genital anatomy.
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In the past I’ve mentioned the navel piercing at age 75 and the hundredth birthday ear piercing, so when I saw this I knew I had to include it as well. This picture below is Toddy‘s 78 year old grandmother. The tattoo is of her old toy lamb, and it’s her first tattoo! I love it!
Tattoo by Thinking Ink in Sale, Melbourne
Thanks to Nickk Leading (“inspired by Alec B.”) at Perforations in San Diego, CA for sending in this neat shot of a piece of clothing held in place using a set of 16ga surface piercings. Along these lines, some of the early SintheteX clothing designed by Jesse Jarrell was held in place via piercings.
I really love this photo of Skatuaba and Perola doing a play piercing scene down in Sao Paulo, Brasil. Unless I’m missing something, he’s taken the easy way out — tape doesn’t cut it… Is this part of the conspiracy that always gives women the tougher role in life? I don’t know, but I love the smile.
Thanks to Cliff at Zebra Tattooz in Streetsboro, OH for sending in this tattoo he did. I’m not sure what the actual story behind it is, but is it bad that all I can think of is Professor Farnsworth on Futurama when I see it?