Invisible Men and Women

I don’t know if I’m stretching my political analogies too far, but I thought these two tattoos had a conceptual overlap. On the left of course is WWII symbol Rosie the Riveter, and on the right, Claude Rains (I think that’s what version it is) from The Invisible Man (1933). Either way, nice greywork by Ron Antonick at Gen X Tattoos in Willoughby, Ohio (just east of Cleveland).

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