Funny aren’t I? Hopefully MilesR will forgive me for the lame title I’ve attached to this post. The hardest part of a ModBlog entry, for me, is coming up with a title! This was a first-time suspension and it looks like it was a success!
More suicide suspensions on BME.com.
It’s always fun when people send in photos of their BME logo tattoos. I really like how sharp this one from juDe looks. Tattooed by Ilara at Le Bonheur Tatouage in Cremona, Italy.
See more BME logo tattoos in the BME galleries.
Here’s another photo from the First Blood suspension showcase at the Sydney Tattoo Expo. This one is of Joeltron and his big BME/CBR Triskelion tattoo.
Nail is starting a journey, but before hitting the road he took the time to give himself not one, but two BME logo tattoos.
Nail works at Nail’s Tattoo in Hungary.
The BMEShop is having a sale right now!
Just use the code 30offbme when you check out!
The artist formerly known as IAM:omglolzroflmao has packed up his bags and moved to the cold northern wilds of Edmonton, Alberta. But just because he’s in the cold, doesn’t mean he doesn’t heat up the town when he goes out.
See, no matter where Chris goes, the party is sure to follow. That dashing young man on the left happens to be the one and only Alfonso Ribiero, star of Silver Spoons, and some show about a rapper. I’ll let you guys and gals decide which one of them is the BMEBoy.
Oh, and I would be remiss not to point out Chris’ black arm in progress, as well as his BME Calm logo tattoo on his neck.
Yesterday, I pulled my old school BME shirt out and wore it for the first time in several years. This shirt has the original Scott Fox designed BME Logo on the back (that happens to glow in the dark) and the original bme.FreeQ.com url on the front. This shirt is over 10 years old and it is still one of my all time favorite BME shirts. That old design has really passed the test of time, which is why I was so pleased to see this recent submission to the BME Logo Tattoo gallery.
I really like how this tattoo of the original BME logo is integrated into the surrounding blackwork, it looks like it is truly in it’s natural environment.
The wearer of this tattoo has joined Team BME, have you?
There’s a proud and storied tradition of steering apprentices towards amusing and potentially embarrassing tattoos (more), for loyalty’s sake, which is one of those traditions that rubs some people the wrong way, but, hey—as long as there’s no real coercion, a funny tattoo is a funny tattoo. Well! Aaron Chapman, the owner of and head artist at Eternal Ink in Madisonville, Kentucky, sends in this BME Pain Olympics-inspired tattoo, forever etched in place on the leg of his apprentice, Michael Agnew. That Pain Olympics video was a hoax (shh, don’t tell all the YouTube reaction-video participants!), but this? This is as real as it gets. Ha ha, balls.
This must have been a couple weeks ago or more but I was on one of my friend’s message boards checking out some photographs he had taken for an assignment in school. I can’t remember the exact back story to it but it was something about using targets. Thaddeus had posted 3 or 4 shots that he was working on and as I scrolled past this one of Brian Prish, I almost completely missed it!
Do you see what I see?
Thaddeus also has some amazing “hot naked modded girl” shots that would definitely suit the requests from the comment forums so he’ll be sending some my way for your viewing pleasure.
The answer after the break!
P.S. If you didn’t see it, check out Brian’s shin for the peak a boo shot of his Calm Logo Tattoo!
Ahh, now this is a nice salve after all the rapey bits before. This here is blackroses sporting her brand new BME tattoo! After the jump, a picture of her with her tattoo artist, Jane, plus a bonus photo of babasom showing some BME love as well.
Money? Check. Diamonds? Check. BME? Check and mate. (I don’t really know what that’s supposed to mean.)
(IAM: Shannon Hodgkin‘s got his hands aloft, with tattoos by Mel Keidge at Phatt Tatt2 in Queensland, Australia.)
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