”[Lucian Freud] told me about when he was in the navy, when he was 19 or something, and he used to do all of the tattoos for the sailors. And I said, ‘Oh my God, that’s amazing.’ And he went, ‘I can do you one. What would you like? Would you like creatures of the animal kingdom?’ I mean, it’s an original Freud. I wonder how much a collector would pay for that? A few million? … If it all goes horribly wrong I could get a skin graft and sell it! It’s probably the only one on skin that’s still around, because when he was in the navy he was about 19. Can you imagine?”
— Considering the late, great artist‘s nude painting of Kate Moss sold for £3.9 million (Sienna Miller could learn a thing or two from Kate’s choice in pregnant portraiture), which equates to approximately $6.2 million, the morbid fact of the matter is that his etching of two swallows on the supermodel’s lower back would likely be worth exponentially more. (If people actually did that stuff, that is. Do they? Don’t tell me.) That is one fancy tramp stamp. [Huffington Post]
Scarlett Johansson already has at least one terrible tattoo — a colorful sun setting over water thing on her inside forearm — so I don’t know why I’m surprised that her new tattoo is equally as puzzling. (I have a bad tattoo of my own, and I know it, so I’m allowed to hate on other people’s bad tattoos. Just in case you were wondering, it’s in the rules.) The actress got a childishly doodled horseshoe with the word “Lucky You” inked on her ribcage by French tattoo artiste Fuzi Uvtpk. Uvtpk (no clue how you pronounce that, BTW) charges big bucks for his prison-style tattoos so I guess ScarJo got what she paid for. But like I said, I don’t get it. [The World's Best Ever]
Dear Tattooed Poet,
You got the following poem tattooed on your shoulder: “Roses are red/ My name is Dave/ This poem makes no sense/ Microwave.” Obviously you have a way with words and a keen eye for art. I wrote you a little response poem that I hope you’ll enjoy:
Violets are blue
My name is Winona
I like your poem tattoo
It gave me a bonah.
Care to escort me to the tattoo parlor and make this official?
Yesterday, the universe said in unison, again, “What the fuck are you doing Chris Brown?” This time it was because Breezy debuted a new neck tattoo of a face with what appeared to be a bruised/black eye and stitches across the lips. Ignoring the fact it’s an ugly tat, it looks a hell of a lot like his ex-girlfriend Rihanna … whom he gave a black eye and stitches across the lips. Could Chris Brown really be so fucked up as to tattoo Rihanna’s beaten and bloody face on his neck?! He is Captain Poor Decisions, but would he make that poor of a decision? Keep reading »
Writing that her recently passed grandmother Dolly was “always in and on my heart,” Rihanna posted a pic of her new underboob/cleavage tattoo — of the Goddess Isis — on Twitter/Instagram this weekend. An serious tribute to someone who was important to her, no doubt, but I’m a little unsure that this particular ink will age very well. [Instagram]
We’ve been fascinated with the idea of anal and butt tattoos ever since we heard about Maria Louise Del Rosario, a woman who was videotaped receiving a tattoo in her anal cavity a couple of weeks back. Rosario claimed the process was fairly pleasurable, and while hers was the first we’d ever heard of, apparently it’s a somewhat common practice in tattoo circles. That’s why we wanted to find more examples of anal and butt tattoos, to try and understand what people see in ‘em. We’ve found 17 more butt and anal tattoos for your somewhat NSFW viewing pleasure.
Since watching the video of Maria Louise Del Rosario getting her boyfriend’s name tattooed in her asshole, I’ve had a lot of questions. Many of them were answered in her interview with The Broward-Palm Beach New Times’ music blog Country Grind. Like, she got her first anal tattoo at age 19 and, while she was in jail, her fellow inmates nicknamed her d**k s**t. All very informative, but my remaining questions were more, well, technical. So I spoke with tattoo artist Myles Karr, co-owner of Three Kings Tattoo in Brooklyn, to get his take on this whole anal tattoo business. What you should know if you want to get your butt hole tattooed after the jump. Warning, the content is slightly graphic.
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Earlier this week the world watched as 22-year-old Maria Louise Del Rosario screamed, “Dude, it feels so f**king good,” as she got her boyfriend’s name tattooed in her butthole. The video immediately went viral, receiving over 3 million views in three days. The Broward-Palm Beach New Times’ music blog County Grind tracked her down and got to know her better. Like, a lot better. After the jump, eight things you should know about the woman behind the anal tattoo. Pun intended. Be forewarned, some of the material is very graphic.
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“Dude, it feels so f**king good,” screams the naked woman getting her boyfriend’s name tattooed in her asshole at a Florida tattoo convention. “There is no f**king way that’s true!” responds me, the woman who been inked three times (but never on my ass or butt-hole region, for the record). I’m just not buying it. That shit has to hurt. Although Asshole Tattoo Girl makes a valiant effort to convince us it doesn’t. Also, she appears to be taking shots or something while the gun is in her anus. She’s definitely on something strong. Thanks, again Florida! You always bring us the best news. [BlackBook]
Although women have achieved a certain level of freedom to decorate their bodies as they wish in modern society, the scandal of getting a tattoo or a piercing wasn’t always limited to unruly teens going against their parents’ wishes. At best, the subject of strange glances on the street, and at worst, the subject of ridicule, tattooed women bucked societal norms in order to decorate their skin as they saw fit, paving the way for today’s inked chicks. Here are some great old photos of some lovely ladies with awesome tatts! Click here to see more photos…