Geek Scarification

Der Teufel had this power symbol, USB symbol, and firewire symbol done on his fingers via skin removal by Lord Dunn of Bladesville while he was on tour in Philadelphia (at Infinite).

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30 thoughts on “Geek Scarification

  1. They look excellent for such small detail, the USB symbol especially. Can’t wait to see them healed :)

  2. He’s gonna be sorry in thirty years when technology advances so far that no one has the slightest idea what “USB” ever was.

    Although, maybe our robot overlords of 2037 will let him live because of those symbols.

    Either way, in the meantime, they look great.

  3. Fuck yeah. I really wanna see them healed.

    Comin’ from someone with quite a number of geek tattoos and implants, I’m totally in love with them. Rad original idea.

    Awesome work from Wayde, as usual too.

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  6. Matt! Haha. Well that was a nice surprise to see you on modblog. Still think the scars are pretty cool.

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  8. Those wounds are only deep enough to develop a temporary scar. If you want them to last make sure they get sufficiently infected.

  9. Those wounds are only deep enough to result in temporary scarring. If you want to prolong the life of the scar I suggest seeking out a nice infection. Rubbing poo on them might be something to think about.

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