Tim Burton’s Vincent

The thing I like most about this tattoo (by Sean Wjaun at Tattoo Junkies in NH) is the white ink… Even though it could just be left skin color, I think when white’s used to fill the background of a tattoo it really punches it up quite a lot.

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26 thoughts on “Tim Burton’s Vincent

  1. Aww, I love Vincent! I agree, I absolutely love all of the use of white. Gah, I love this one. It looks great!

  2. so nice! I just got ‘The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy’ from the library a few minutes ago…coincidence!

  3. that is fuckin wicked i love it tim burton is my hero and i think there should be alot more tattoos like it

  4. i love vincent. and i love the white, this ink has made me make up my mind on the colours of my next tat :)

  5. ugh, i don’t know, i think that vincent himself looks really poorly done… it’s all out of proportion and the weirdness under the nose….

  6. i totally named my dog after that kid’s dog: Abercrombie
    i loved that little cartoon it was amazingly dark and wonderful

  7. Wow…thats from NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS right?? THATS SO KOOL! I love burton!!!! Yeeaaaaaaaa. Ima dumbass :D

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