Planning to get a gaming character etched on your body but baffled which one to get done? Well, here’s an innovative idea! How about getting two of your favorite characters meshed up. You don’t believe me? Check out the cool blended tat of Mario and the Jedi pictured here. Quite novel, isn’t it?
There’s not much to this tattoo to be featured here.. Its just plain gorgeous!
Tattoos showing human evolution through ages are not new to us, but this one is bit different from the rest. In this tattoo, humans have been shown evolving in a circular form and the middle of the tattoo shows a figure that seems to be somewhat inspired from the Vitruvian Man art. Maybe this guy wants to remind everyone out there that how they have evolved into human beings.
Some tattoos are sexy, and some are just flat out creepy—but I’m not sure what to think about the Born Oppenheimer Approximation, 3-D Schroedinger Equation and Schroendinger Equation’s solution tattooed on this dude’s back.
For some foodies, simply eating or preparing food is just not enough. Having their favorite foods or kitchen accessories inked on their bodies seems to be the way to go. Food tattoos are becoming widely popular, and range from meat and cutlery to delicious desserts and other gadgetry. These tattoos are really amazing and is the best way to express love for the culinary art.
Scars are an ugly blot on the skin and sometimes it makes you feel uncomfortable. Tattooing over scars is not a new thing to us at the left is an outstanding example of the same. This Zip tattoo looks to be one of the coolest ways to hide a scar that you hate to look at. The tattoo is in the form of a zip that’s half open and it appears that you can zip it up or down to hide or reveal the scar.
Sometimes, a tattoo provokes an entirely different emotion, a confusing emotion: a reaction of “is that cool? Or is that awful?” Can a tattoo be both cool and awful at the same time?
Is this awesome? Or is this horrible? I can’t decide.
I love Pac Man. The execution is great – Ms. Pac is appropriately pixelated, and even the cherries bear just the right amount of white-pixel shine to make them look like they came straight out of 1983.
But around the hairline? She shaved her head for this. Readers, I am at a loss. I love Pac Man, I love tattoos, the art is great, but the execution, or the placement…I don’t know. I’d love more information about this tattoo, too – I’d love to see how it looks healed and who the artist is so I can properly credit this.
Who says tattoo fanatics are not innovative? They have and will always come up with highly innovative ideas to get inked in some unique way. Now meet someone who has got ECG inked on the arm. Tattoo goodies as you know can come up with any thing, which might appear bizarre to few and cool to others. I found this tat really cool! How about you?
Before we say anything about “aftercare” let’s talk about before you get your tattoo. Make sure your going to a respected tattoo artist with a good understanding of hygiene and it’s importance in the tattoo shop.
When your tattoo artist of choice has completed your tattoo, he or she will bandage your tattoo. Leave the bandage in place as to keep any air-born bacteria from landing on your tattoo area, which at this point is an open wound. It’s probably best to leave the bandage in place a few hours at minimum. You’ll be urged to show everyone and their dog your new tattoo but you really need to keep it covered in the beginning. Hopefully your artist is using medical gauze pads. We aren’t big fans of Saran wrap.
After your skin has calmed down from all the needle excitement, you can remove the bandage. When you do, it’s a good idea to lightly clean your tattoo. Use lukewarm water and a very mild antibacterial soap. Nothing too strong when it comes to the soap! Just use your hand (no towels) to lightly clean the area.
Be sure to pat-dry your tattoo with a clean towel or clean paper towel. After you’ve got the tattoo area completely dry, use a light sheen of A&D ointment for the next 5 days or so.
After 4 or 5 days you can use lotion to keep your tattoo maintained. It’s best not to use a heavily dyed or fragrant lotion.
After a while you may notice some skin peeling and maybe some slight scabbing. A little scabbing is not bad, obviously the least amount of scabbing is best. The A&D Ointment and lotion should keep scabbing to a bare minimum.
If your tattoo itches, DON’T PICK AT IT, DON’T SCRATCH IT. It sometimes helps to slap your tattoo a bit if the itching is drving you crazy.
It’s a good idea to protect your tattoo from the harmful UV rays of the sun. Use a minimum 30 spf sunblock. This will help keep your tattoo ink bright and vibrant.
Please Note: The information contained in this publication is intended for general information purposes only. This publication should not be construed as legal advice or opinion. Readers with specific questions should speak to their physician.
This tattoo is for all you geeky nerds out there. It’s a colorful gaming character tattoo, which a geeky freak has got on his ribcage. What made me, and is sure to make you love this tat is the cute Mario. Amazing color combination and neat work is what adds to the brilliance of this geeky tat!