Hemangioma Tattoo

I was going to write that this was a “hemangioma coverup”, but that’s not really right because it doesn’t cover up the hemangioma, it augments it and attracts attention to it even, but transforms it from random “defect” to something desired. Debelka Attila at Bizzzarttattoo in Cluj, Romania did the procedure.


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39 thoughts on “Hemangioma Tattoo

  1. That is awesome ! I love the idea and its very well done … It made Me think Of A Tattoo I see on a Guy around My town … He has some Monster / Demon face in part of his sleeve .. but on closer inspection .. The Demons HAIRY eye brow .. is actually A weird hairy Mole Birth Mark .. It would look really noticeable without the Tattoo .. But With it .. it just looks like the Tatt Is Freekin Sweet ….I wish I had A pic to show you

  2. Thats awesome…. Whilst i am a fan of individual defects on people, that really adds to it. Well done!

  3. Hey, I study their and thats the studio I got my piercing done at :).
    It finally made it to modblog.

    Talk about making lemonade, if life gives you lemons.

    Treaba buna si idee geniala.

  4. personally i would have turned them into
    red clouds or something along the line of that
    but thats such a cool idea!
    i bet it gave him great self confidence!

  5. Nice! The first time I see Romania mentioned in an article here on bme :) A good step forward for my country :P The tattoo is great, not leaving the faintest idea that half of it is a skin condition.

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  8. This is ACTUALLY amazingly beautiful…i love the idea of working with what youve got rather than against it, and this is a great example of that.

    Nice work! xx

  9. it is not a heamangioma. It is actually a naevus flammeus. But still it is a very nice tat.

  10. That was cool how you filled it in and made the tattoo fill over that. It looks like it was just a color added in those spots.

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