Why would anyone want to get Britney’s worst phase permanently on their skin? Luckily for Britney, hair grows back unfortunately for the owner of this tattoo, ink is for ever.
This tattoo of Pope John Paul II looks so real it even got a first prize in a Brazilian Tattoo convention.
Out of all the stupid things this guy could have had tattooed on himself, he decided to go with Frank Zappa picking his nose.
The ultimate science tattoo: Jack Newton, 23, decided to have his right leg inked with the theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking’s face after reading his best-selling book A Brief History of Time.
Apparently, celebrity tattoos are for amateurs. Real fandom means tattooing a celebrity’s adopted offspring in a prominent and permanent place on one’s body. Andy Bowling, a 42 year old Texan man, has got both Brad and Maddox tattooed on his body.
Tattoo of Henry David Thoreau sitting on a pumpkin, surrounded by his famous pronouncement “I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to myself than be crowded on a velvet cushion” typeset – well, inked, rather – in Webster Italic WF from the Minuteman Printshop.
This person has Harry Potter portrayed in his limb!
This guy grew up watching Bob Ross with his Grandmother. After she passed away he got this as a funny reminder of their time together. How sweet!
Man with Madonna Tattoo Postcard by Photographer David LaChapelle. I bet Madonna would love this tattoo.
We know everybody loves Oprah, but this tattoo is far off the limits.
Pretty girl + Hope Poster + Tattoo = not a very nice combination.
A tattoo is a marking made by inserting indelible ink into the layers of skin to change the pigment for decorative or other reasons. Tattoos on humans are a type of decorative body modification, while tattoos on animals are most commonly used for identification or branding.
Tattooing has been practiced worldwide. The Ainu, the indigenous people of Japan, traditionally wore facial tattoos. Today one can find Berbers of Tamazgha (North Africa), M?ori of New Zealand, and Atayal of Taiwan with facial tattoos. Tattooing was widespread among Polynesian peoples and among certain tribal groups in the Taiwan, Philippines, Borneo, Mentawai Islands, Africa, North America, South America, Mesoamerica, Europe, Japan, Cambodia, New Zealand and Micronesia. Despite some taboos surrounding tattooing, the art continues to be popular in many parts of the world.