This multi-color UV/blacklight money-clown tattoo was done on Dave by Dennis Rushton at Painted Pony in Greenwood, South Carolina.

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21 thoughts on “Moneymoneymoney

  1. cool beans… i have wondered about UV tattoos though. and had a couple questions for somebody…
    first of all, do you have to hold your hand up to a light bulb first in order for them to glow? and secondly does the UV wear out over time?
    really cool tattoo

  2. that clown has a “clockwork orange” glare about its eyes. nice, my brother. =)

  3. haha #19 American states have some pretty obscure laws hey?

    That’s kickass cool! The pink around the edges is a nice touch- I probably wouldn’t've gone for them but they look good. I love how the apparent negative space sort of swaps from the dollar sign in natural light to the clown’s glare under the UV. Pretty damn amazing design you must admit.

  4. Hey, i found this blog about a tat i did and thought it was pretty cool, I appreciate all the comments, good or bad. #19 it’s not illegal to do hands here in S.C. but we have alot of other rediculous laws to make up for that one, haha, like you have to be 21, and if you’re 18 you have to have mama or daddy to sign for you. and we’re not supposed to tattoo necks or heads :(… well i should have alot of new pics up soon, You can find my work on inkednation and “Keep supporting BMEZINE this website is awesome. I look at it almost everyday!” “D”

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