"Comical Tattoos out of Boredom"

MD at Sight 4 The Blind in the Bronx, NY did this collection of silly foot tattoos…

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28 thoughts on “"Comical Tattoos out of Boredom"

  1. Reminds me of trying to define problems in 7th grade algebra class! I would be sad waking up ten years later with it still on me…

  2. correct me if im wrong (possibly as i havent done “this type of math” in a while but is that not incorrect?

  3. I used to draw the “x”ed box with the triangle roof all the time! It’s one of those “only use one line” thingees!

  4. Love it! It’s a totally fun tattoo…I think if I had something like that, I’d get a crazy grin every time I looked at it.

  5. He told me make it look like a 5 year old did it and thats exactly how I did it. For the doodles that are tattooed on his foot along with the math problem, a 6 year old child was with his mom outside and we had him come in and draw the doodles onto a piece of paper and i copied them onto his foot and tattooed them.

  6. Although I like the high quality perfection of the “tattooed paintings” nowadays, I also very much like unpolished “direct” tattoos, not aiming at perfection. There certainly is an artistic and conceptual quality to those as well. I very much like it.

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