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Guy Gets Green Screen Tattoo in Homage to Rick and Mortys Portal Gun

Tattoo artist (Roy) Lee Rowlett completed an interesting tattoo for a client that wanted to do an homage to Rick and Morty’s portal gun— which allows them to travel between different universes/dimensions/realities. The ‘green screen’ themed tattoo allows the client to project any video/image he wants onto the area, which works nicely within the theme of a portal that can take you to another universe/dimension/reality. Check out an example of the green screen tattoo in action below! You can also see more fantastic tattoos by Rowlett on Instagram. Read more:…

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These Tattoos Look Like Patches Embroidered Into Peoples Skin

Eduardo ‘Duda’ Lozano is an amazing tattoo artist from São Paulo, Brazil who has become famous for his incredible embroidery-style tattoos that look like patches have been sewed directly onto people’s skin. In an interview with Tattoo Life, Lozano says he started tattooing in 2002 under the mentorship of his friend, Claudio Botta. He also mentions that the secret to his embroidery-style patch tattoos is a growing knowledge of light and shadow. While Lozano has gained popularity for his signature style, the artist hopes to eventually focus on hyperrealistic tattoos,…

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A Tattoo So Good You Dont Even Notice It

Tattoo by Eric Catalano A hyperrealistic tattoo by artist Eric Catalano has gone viral after appearing on social media. Catalano, who runs the Eternal Ink Tattoo Studio in Hecker, Illinois did the tattoo for free and has since been overwhelmed with requests from amputees and cancer survivors for hyperrealistic tattoos. Catalano says he does these kinds of tattoos for free every now and then but the recent viral image has completely spiralled out of control. In response, he set up a Go Fund Me page with the following story: So…

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Artist Gives Kids Temporary Tats to Try to Make Hospital Life More Fun

For the last few years, New Zealand artist Benjamin Lloyd has been dropping by the Starship Children’s Hospital in Auckland to give kids temporary tattoos to try to lift their spirits and make hospital life more fun. Lloyd uses an airbrush gun and non-toxic ink to apply the temporary tats. He and his team have done hundreds over the years and the ink can be washed off in the shower. To see more artwork by Lloyd check out his Facebook page. Artwork by Benjamin Lloyd Artwork by Benjamin Lloyd Artwork…

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