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Tattooed portraits (42 pics)

Posted in Pictures   17 Apr 2009   / 30503 views

People are doing tattooed portraits for ages. But tattoo fashion is changing. For example today, many people like to tattoo a portrait of Heath Ledger in the role of the Joker (Dark Knight), or the portrait of Jack Nicholson (The Shining) and of course the portrait of Johnny Depp. As for Elvis, it seems that he is outdated. Collecting the pictures for this selection, I came across only two or three photos with him.

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SuperMilow 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
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I loved Salvador Dali! Oh and Alex from A Clockwork Orange(slushied!) and Pennywise from It

       
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who'd get eminem...scary
       
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