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We see lots of fox tattoos. These elusive creatures are pretty awesome. We may not know what they say… Well, actually scientists do know that they have various vocalizations including yelps, explosive and combative calls, growls, barks, and a whine. But either way, here’s some fox tattoos for inspirational purposes. Like anything on our website, these are intended to inspire.read more
Kirt Silver is an award-winning realism tattoo artist from Nova Scotia. He is sought by clients around the world for his ability to take their idea to the next level. Other tattoo artists also look to him for guidance and he regularly gives seminars at tattoo conventions. Like every tattoo artist, Kirt had to start somewhere. He recalls being young and fascinated by the idea of carrying permanent art with you everywhere. His uncle’s tattoos sparked his interest and he began drawing on his friends with pens and markers. Years later he got his first tattoo. With that art and memory came the idea to learn the artform himself.read more
Check out our top tattoo shares from Instagram in December. Each month we post the 13 shares that were most popular with our followers. If you haven’t already, give them a like and check out our Instagram page for more killer tattoos!read more
Why would anyone be interested in Frozen tattoos? Well: On November 27, 2013, Frozen hit the big screen. Kids and parents alike fell in love with the animated characters. Much like the film Brave, Disney was praised for having a plot that didn’t revolve around a princess being saved by a prince, but the true love you find among family. Like any awesome creation, Frozen’s popularity lead to a rise in Frozen tattoos. We’ve seen some terrible ones. We’ve also found some fantastic ones.read more
Sharks are highly evolved predators with ancestors tracing back to the prehistoric era. Many people are intrigued by sharks, which is probably why they have grown to be such a media sensation — right up there with serial killers and mass murderers. With the media spotlight often comes misinformation. Not only will this blog show you some killer shark tattoos (pun intended), hopefully, you learn a few things as well about how sharks and the people who research them are portrayed in the media.read more