I’ll use any excuse to put up a photo of the gorgeous IAM: ItsssssBROOKE, it just so happens that she just sent in photos of the first session of her sleeve. While it’ll eventually be a bigger piece, it can stand on it’s own as-is.
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In the words of the great Nigel Tufnel, “Well, it’s one louder, isn’t it?”
Judging by the amount of artillery this guy is packing, it’s pretty obvious Michael Kozlenko intended him to go to eleven.
And here’s a look at the sides of this piece:
Check out the Kipod Tattoo Studio gallery to see more photos of this epic tattoo, including some close-ups of the smaller details.
IntoXiKate is a big fan of the resident evil series so she had tattoo artist Ivan Shamaro put together a mutated biohazard symbol.
She also has a pair of microdermals that you’ll have to skip ahead to see.
Let me get this straight. A thing that looks like a police box, standing in a junkyard, it can move anywhere in time and space?
Tattoo by Mike Barker from Jackson Street Tattoo in Seattle WA.
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If you’re going to have a Mechanoid for a butler, make sure it’s a DivaDroid International Series 4000. Of course the downside is that they tend to be a little neurotic.
Tattoo by John Green from Pärleporten in Uppsala, Sweden.
First, I hope that everyone on the east coast is safe and secure after that shake-up that just hit Richmond. I know a lot of IAM members live in the area close to the epicenter, including Rachel at BMEHQ.
Now then, as his name implies, Joeltron is a big fan of Tron. How big you ask? Well take a look at this Tron Recognizer tattoo on the side of his skull.
Naith from Absolution in New Zealand did this while at a guest spot in Sydney at First Blood.
Over the past year I’ve seen an increase of the number of plague doctor images floating around. Whether it’s from tattoos, or period films, it seems the collective consciousness of North America has started to embrace the image of these notorious doctors. While the time of the plague doctor was certainly before the 1800s, this tattoo by Kerri Kiple from Rendezvous Tattoo & Body Piercing in Marqette, MI takes on an almost late Victorian feel. While I hesitate to use the word, it almost is close to a steampunk interpretation. In any case, it’s a great addition to the Sci-fi and Horror tattoo gallery.
Looks like a little blood was shed during the assimilation process.
Hassee of the Inkrowd Tattoos cube, located in the Amsterdam sector assimilated this human. His biological and technological distinctiveness was added to the collective.
It is the end of days. The fate of the world hangs in the balance between the forces of good and evil. The champions have been chosen. Two young boys, innocent prior to being selected, have been imbued with untold powers. When the battle is over, only one shall remain, the victor claiming the fate of the world for his own, the other, dead, and with him all of the power that was given to him.
With the defeat of their champion the losing side will forever be vanquished, never to return, leaving the world forever in the grips of good or evil. Who do you think will win?
Roger from Star City Tattoos in Roanoke, VA was the artist chosen by both sides to create these images of the boys immediately before the battle.