This Week in BME

Earlier in the week, we posted this tremendous Jesse Smith tattoo, and, for some reason, some people convinced themselves it was Photoshopped in some way. It was not. Here’s another piece—”The backlash of stealing the devil’s pitchfork is massive,” he says of it—and, honestly, if you’re still not convinced, go look at his web site. They’re real, and they’re spectacular. And I don’t break out supremely timely references like that for nothing, friends. Trust.

And that’s the week, folks. What might you have missed?

- Pictograms fell from the sky.

- Things went from bad to worse for Mississauga’s Moonshin Tattoo when a client revealed that he has been diagnosed with hepatitis B.

- The fake mustache came to town, and oh, the people rejoiced.

- Everybody was tattooed with misspelled names. Some people reacted more appropriately than others.

- Our esteemed roundtable convened to discuss the (potential) inevitably and (arguable) necessity of government regulation of body modification.

- Tattoos + Scars = Thumbs up.

Stick around over the weekend, all. We’ll be here as per usual, keeping the place warm until things turn over and begin anew on Monday. Stay safe, everyone, and, of course, thank you for your continued support of BME. Have a good weekend.

9 thoughts on “This Week in BME

  1. Amazing tattoo artist, though i like that last posted picture of his stuff better, this is still incredible work!

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