Wait in the Fire


I have precious little to add here: This picture, courtesy of Hannah, is one of the coolest tattoo concepts I’ve seen in a very long time. Kind of wish we had some unobstructed shots of the entire project, but we’ll take what we can get. Just great work all-around here.

32 thoughts on “Wait in the Fire

  1. I’m in love with this!! And yeah, wish I had thought of this first too!! Damn that’s beautiful

  2. Very unique idea, as said above fantastic concept.

    “When you are the moon, the best form you can be is a full moon.
    And then the half moon… he’s all right.
    But the full moon is the famous moon.
    And then three-quarters, eh, no one gives a fuck about him.
    When does he come, two days in, to the calendar month?
    He’s useless.
    Full moon.
    The moon.
    The main moon. ”

    <3 boosh.

  3. I saw this as a backpiece about five years ago. So not the most original at all.

  4. To me, it’s original if you thought of it yourself and weren’t heavily influenced by other work you saw. We can’t stop other people from thinking of similar things, it’s life.

  5. WELL OF COARSE SUMONE NAMED “NEUROSIS” WOULD COMPLANE ABOUT BEING ORIGNIAL SENCE THAY STOLE A DAMM FINE BAND NAME. MAYBBE POEPLE WILL START NAMING THEMSELVES AFTER COOL THINGS LIKE “TOASTER” OR “BASETT HOUND” SOME DAY. PAGING DR FRUED.

  6. and she weeps on my arm
    walking to the bright lights in sorrow
    oh, drink a bit of wine, we both might go tomorrow…

  7. I love it and it’s gorgeous but for some reason it makes my ocd freak out a little…but I can’t pinpoint why yet

  8. I don’t see the full moon. Does it continue along her shoulders?

  9. @AnotherBleedingHeart – you’ll see full moon when she turns around, its a very er low back piece if you catch my drift ha-ha ;-)

  10. re:14 Well, of course someone named Warborn, who cannot spell properly, would automatically associate the term ‘neurosis’ with a band and not a mental illness.

    The caps lock is for shouting online, ya fuckin’ illiterate prick.

  11. WELL OF COARSE NAME-CALLING IS “IN” THESE DAYS, “NEUROSIS.” THANKS FOR CLARRIFYING MY POINT. YOU SHOULD TAKE MY ADVISE AND STICK WITH “TOASTER” – I THINK YOU’RE BREAD IS BURNT. SPEAKING OF MENTAL ILLNESS – WHY IS IT THAT EVERRYONE LIKES TO COMPLAINE ABOUT TATOOS THEY MIGHT NOT WEAR THEMSELVES? THA’TS LIKE ARGUEING ABOUT POLITICS IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN(AND I THINK U DO).

  12. Why is it that people can’t use the English language properly any longer? Sure, I can understand the language used in SMS and texts, but to spell complain “complaine”, tattoos “tatoos”, course “coarse”, and arguing “argueing” is ridiculous and of a level of which a slightly educated child could surpass. Perhaps, Warborn, your first language is not English? If so, get fucked, learn to speak it before using it insultingly.

  13. Wow, “Neurosis.” Just wow.

    You might want to consider an anger management class or something along those lines if a comment on a website has you so riled up as to continually attack someone’s character because their abilities are not up to your “standards.” Telling someone to “get fucked” is quite mature. Good for you. I hope you feel good about yourself.

    And I have to say – even though the way the message is being conveyed is a little rough, Warborn seems to have a pretty valid point. Seems like a lot of “complaineing” over nothing. Why bother to go through the effort to fill out this little comment box if all you’re going to do is talk smack about something someone else has on their body?

  14. Because that’s what the internet is for. Talking smack. And not much else.

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