If the previous post was too high on the new age factor and too low on the geek factor (since it had both), I’ll suggest you may prefer April’s Dalek tattoo, done by Rick at Inkognito in Kingstown… She works as a nanny — I wonder if this will help or hinder this work?
XML geeks may enjoy the philosophical nuances in this tattoo that Julie got herself as a present at Eternal Tattoo in Fresno, CA, for her 18th birthday.
I really like this at home strike branding that Roo and No_Pants did on Allana using an Allen Key and a stove, because to most it will just look like random scars, but for math geeks… recognize the sequence?
Click through for a healing shot..
Mr. Lobes geeky ass cheek tattoos were done by Brad at Atomic Zombie in Edmonton, Alberta. I don’t know if he’s planning on pounding more color into them, but I hope so, even though they look great as is. Click to zoom and de-crop for a better view of both the tattoos and his ass.
I wasn’t really going to post any Valentine’s Day themed stuff (although I could bore everyone with long stories of how I found love in a tattoo studio I suppose), but I thought this Pac-Man / Ms. Pac-Man tattoo was just so charming that I had to post it today:
Oh yeah, and…
Actually, I think maybe I will put together a Valentine’s Day entry after all… check back later for an entry dedicated to “The Curse”.
Argh! Due to some bureaucratic bungle I’ve got to go downtown and do a driver’s license renewal this afternoon (loving the snow though — I got to winch out my neighbor’s car this morning with my truck), but I’ll make some real posts when I return.
Anyway, neither of these tattoos was identified as being a “geek” tattoo but I think that they both will be. The one on the left, Nick’s pirate ship, was done by Big Dave of Lost Art in Ogden, Utah — it’s got to be a Pirate Bay fan tattoo, no? And the one on the right, by Kim in Singapore? Don’t tell me that’s not forever going to be recognized as Goatse inspired!
Speaking of Goatse, I have some awesome ass-themed pictures to post this afternoon, so steel yourself now.
If there’s one thing I like on a programmer more than a scraggly beard, it’s got to be a geeky tattoo. I’ll leave this code tattoo’s function as an in joke, but it was done by Brandon at High Priestess Piercing and Tattoo in Corvallis, Oregon.
Ever feel like you’ve got nothing to say, and no where to go?
(Tattoo by Sarah at Intro in Brighton, UK.)
Ah, an entry for math majors to fill their fantasies with… Elizabeth got this great start on her fibonacci sequence tattoo with a 3/4″ and 1 1/4″ band, representing 3 and 5 in the sequence (so she’s 2/5 done). Jeff at Oddball in Portland, OR is doing the tattoo for her.
Now that’s a hilariously geeky tattoo! Crystal got her Duck Hunt tattoo done by Chris at Chicago Tattoo Company in Winter Park, FL.