A Lesson To Be Applied


Whoa hey, this beautifully shaped flesh-removal scarification piece comes to us from Jimmy Xayyabanha at Straight A Tattoos in Asheboro, North Carolina. This one’s just about the complete package, folks—something for everyone, from those within the body modification community to font nerds to board game aficionados to your run-of-the-mill scab collectors. The piece seems pretty fresh here and will surely be something of a different beast altogether once it’s healed, but this is nothing if not an exercise in precision and evenness, so we’re looking very forward to seeing how this bad boy turns out.

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15 thoughts on “A Lesson To Be Applied

  1. WELL OF COARSE THIS IS JUST ANUTHER EXAMPLE OF “MODDED POD POEPLE” APPROXXXIMATEING HIP HOP CULTURE, AS THIS IS NO REAL PROOF THAT TUPAC IS STILL ALIVE. IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN[AND I THINK U DO!] I BET THIS HURTS REAL BAD WHEN TAKING ITEMS OUT OF AN OVEN.

  2. Second time Jimmy has been on here, ‘atta boy. Put Asheboro and Straight A on the map, like it deserves to be.

    And lish, it’s called an “ambigram”.

  3. @3 – Seriously! What is with people recently lol

    I like it – the lines look nice and clean and I’d like to see it completely healed. I know it’s a really old piece of flash, but hey, if the wearer liked it, there’s no reason why they shouldn’t get it :-)

  4. its weird though, it kind of looks more like a burn healing rather then skin removal…. IDK mine didnt look like that during any part of the healing, i guess peoples skins heal shit wayyy different!

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