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Are You Still Playing Pokemon Go?

Pokemon Go is one of the biggest mobile app phenomena of recent memory. After numerous new articles and over five million Instagram pictures tagged with #PokemonGo, it seems the hype is finally dying down a bit. In honor of the game’s impressive ability to get millions of people to get off their ass and move around more in five weeks than the Wii ever has, we’re bringing you this Pokemon tattoo gallery. Yes, we know, you’re probably sick of seeing Pokemon or remotely hearing the name by now. Consider this the franchise’s last hurrah, at least for a little while, on this site and enjoy. Read More »

Impressive Disney Tattoos


Disney has a long and rich history of well-known and beloved fictional characters that span generations. Children are still, to this day, shown Disney classics like The Lion King and Little Mermaid. New fans of old Disney characters are being born every day. That’s probably why it’s so easy to find collections of impressive Disney tattoos. There are tens of thousands on Instagram alone, and probably hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of Disney tattoos on epidermal layers all over the world. If you like anything remotely Disney related, you’ll probably enjoy this tattoo gallery. And chances are there’s at least one classic Disney character you absolutely adore. (Even if you won’t admit so aloud.) Read More »

Can you Endure and Survive?


If you enjoyed our last two video game galleries, the ones focused on the Fallout and Witcher franchises, then you’ll probably enjoy this post just as much. If not, well, you were warned these galleries might become regular occurrence in the Witcher post and they’re great tattoos regardless of your interest in video games anyway so… Unlike the previous two gaming galleries, this one isn’t focused on a franchise but on a singular title – The Last of Us. (Although it’s surely going to get the sequel and spin-off treatment soon because money.) The Last of Us is a game developed by Naughty Dog, an illustrious gaming developer studio that’s been around since 1984 (when it was called Jam Software) and brought gamers everywhere some of the most popular titles in gaming history, such as Jack and Daxter, Crash Bandicoot and the Uncharted series. For The Last of Us, Naughty Dog partnered with Sony Computer Entertainment as its publisher, making the game a Playstation 3 exclusive. Ironically enough, it was released at the tail end of the Playstation 3’s primary life cycle and was one of the last PS3 exclusives to be released just before the PS4 was launched. Everyone was all set for the next generation of console gaming when this game hit shelves and made a massive waves in the gaming industry. To say The Last of Us garnered a positive critical reception would be a massive understatement. Every year games media outlets proclaim the “Game of the ... Read More »

Masterful Bond Tattoos


James Bond was created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming, who featured the spy across twelve novels and two short-story collections. Unfortunately Mr. Fleming passed away in 1964. However James Bond survived his passing and has since been written by eight other authors, with the most recent novel having been written by Anthony Horowitz and published in 2015. But the literary Bond probably isn’t the version you care about or are most familiar with. While he may have been introduced in literary form, it’s the movie Bonds that the majority of people associate alongside the name. The first movie, Dr. No, was released in 1962 and featured Sean Connery as the iconic spy. Based directly on one of Ian Fleming’s book by the same name, the first film was a massive hit. It was made for $1.1 million and brought in $59.5 million at the box office. As of the time this was written, in August of 2016, there have been 24 James Bonds feature films and 13 different actors have had the honor of playing one of the most famous fictional spies in the world. Of course, with a list of films so incredibly long and spanning over 40 years, the quality and average critical reception of each film and different person playing bond has greatly fluctuated from superb to outright horrendous. The current James Bond actor, Daniel Craig, has been a polarizing figure throughout the last three bond movies. Although it looks like we might be getting a ... Read More »

Artist Spotlight – Myles Vear

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Myles Vear is a highly talented tattoo artist who works out of Cloak and Dagger Tattoo Parlour in London. He specializes in his own unique spin of neo-traditional tattoos that add a hint of new school to the designs to make them a nice blend of both worlds, taking everything eye-catching of the new techniques and inks now usable in today’s modern age while still keeping each tattoo imbued with a traditional feel. His designs are very clean, utilizing bold lines and colors with precise purpose to recreate the vivid picture in his head on each client’s epidermis. If you’re in London, we highly suggest looking him up for your next new tattoo. London IG – FB – Read More »

Phenomenal Fall Tattoos


The other day we made a bit of a mistake. We brought you a collection of winter tattoos just as the fall season is coming around. Fall is a fantastic season to show off in tattoo form because it’s arguably the most colorful season of the years. Trees change colors and adopt multi-colored leaves that look like they were imbued by the colorful rays of a sunset. While a lot of people enjoy scenic vistas with a snowy blanket draped across the view, many also enjoy the wondrous visage of fallen auburn leaves cluttering the same locale. It all depends on timing and personal preference, although most people love seeing both. We’re counting on that and bringing you the fall tattoo gallery now. We hope you enjoy both collections of tattoos just as much as we do. Read More »

Fantastic Fallout Tattoos

The last time we showed off a tattoo gallery based around a video game franchise, we talked about The Witcher – a fictional fantasy rpg (roleplaying game) series set in the Middle Ages. Today we’re sticking in the same genre but going to an apocalyptic future with Fallout. Like The Witcher, way before it ever saw a console release, Fallout began on PC. The first games in the franchise, simply titled Fallout, was released in 1997 and was an isometric roleplaying game created by Interplay Entertainment. It was essentially the spiritual successor of Wasteland, a critically acclaimed game that came out in 1988 but hadn’t yet gotten a direct sequel. (Wasteland 2 didn’t come until 2014, largely due to the advent of crowdfunding.) The Fallout franchise’s premise is pretty simple at its core. What if the Cold War erupted and the entire world was nuked to all hell? Life has always found ways to survive in the most catastrophic of circumstances, and people foresaw the nuclear war coming. What if a small portion of the population hid underground in vaults until the land was livable again? The stories and overarching world that has been spawned from these ideas is massive and has mad multiple game development and publishing studios, most recent and notably Bethesda, billions (no, that’s not a typo, Fallout 4 alone made $750 million in 24 hours) of dollars over the years. Counting mobile apps and spin-off titles, there have been 7 Fallout games over the past 19 ... Read More »

Tasty Taco Tats


Yes, we made a gallery all about tacos and didn’t publish it on Tuesday. Why not? Because tacos are tasty ALL the time. One of the images in the gallery below even has the words “Taco Tuesdays” and we still chose to move forward with this tasty gallery today instead of waiting. Besides it’s never a bad time to make other people hungry. Were you wondering about what you wanted to eat tonight while surfing the internet? Well now you have your answer. You’re welcome. Enjoy these ten taco tats and then have fun om noming at your favorite taco joint. Because tacos. Read More »

Cool-Looking Winter Tattoo


Winter is coming. No, we’re not making a Game of Thrones reference, it’s really almost here. Okay, fine, to be honest it’s more like Fall is coming and Winter is still a few months out, but these tattoos are all Winter-focused and were too good not to show you now. Sure, we could’ve held them back until Winter was actually upon us, but where’s the fun in that? Even if you don’t happen upon this gallery until Summer 2027, we’re willing to bet you’ll agree that most of these tattoos are pretty cool-looking (pun intended). Read More »

Awesome Fighter Jet Tattoos


Fighter jets are cool-looking. They’re sleek, sharp, shoot missiles that create massive explosions, move at incredibly fast speeds. While a lot of people probably wouldn’t want to fly in one, it’s hard not to be admired by the human ingenuity and technological progress that gave birth to these machines. And yes, that’s the basis for this tattoos gallery. Fighter jets are cool, so here are some depictions of fighter jets in tattoos. We’re not going to talk about when the first fighter jet was made or by who. We’re simply acknowledging they’re cool-looking and giving you some nice pictures to look at. Because fuck bad tattoos. Enjoy. Read More »

Awe-Inspiring Wolf Tattoos


Dogs are cool. They fun-loving, adorable, insanely loyal and man’s best friend for a reason. But wolves are cooler. Sure there may be documented cases of wolves hunting and eating men, so they’re clearly not as friendly as their domesticated counterpart, but they look so badass that it’s hard not to forgive their dangerous nature. Some of the most popular dog breeds in the world are the ones that look most like wolves for a reason. If wolves weren’t as instinctually dangerous and hard to come by as they are, many dog owners would own wolves instead. Wolves are so popular that finding badass, well-crafted wolf tattoos is an embarrassment of riches. It seems like people go out of their way to ensure wolf tattoos are done right, and we hope you enjoy this gallery full of some of the best wolf tattoos the internet has to offer. Read More »

Amazing Steampunk Tattoos


Some of you probably wandered here after seeing the featured image for the gallery with no idea what “steampunk” is. You were simply drawn as if by some sort of siren call of tattoo badassery, and that’s okay. Steampunk is a subgenre of science fiction that is largely inspired by the industrial steam-powered machinery of the 19th century. It essentially hypothesizes what would the world be like if human technology new advanced beyond steam-based technology. If everything remained steam powered, what would technology look like today? The genre was largely popularized by the fictional work of H. G. Wells and Jules Verne. It has steadily grown in popularity, especially during recent years, and has spawned an entire cult-like fandom. Even if you’re not a fan of steampunk fiction, it’s hard to deny its aesthetic appeal. These tattoos look badass by every standard imaginable, and we’re sure steampunk and non-steampunk fans alike will appreciate them equally. Read More »

Artist Spotlight – Max Celli

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Max Celli is an Italian tattoos artist who specializes in neo-traditional tattoos. He uses new age techniques and inks to give traditional tattoo design styles a fresh new look, bringing them into the 21st century with style and a level of quality that so few tattoos had back in the day. That being said, Max is no stranger to other tattoo styles and is just as good at them as he is with neo-traditional designs. In the gallery below you’ll see hints of new school tattoos and a badass black-and-grey realism design, which show the depth of his ability and should assure anyone who gets a tattoo drawn by Max that they’ve hired a very talented professional. Rimini, Italy IG – FB – Read More »

Olympic Athletes with their Badass Tattoos!

Matt Anderson @mja5041

One of the last Olympic galleries we showed off was a collection of Olympic athletes who had gotten tattoos in honor of the Olympic Games. We spoke about how it was a momentous occasion for those individuals and just made sense. But in looking back over the post, we see how it could be easy to mistake what we said as saying that all Olympic athletes only get Olympic Games tattoos. This gallery is all about showing off Olympic athletes who have badass, non-Olympic-centric tattoos. These are some of the world’s fittest, most gifted athletes who also have impeccable taste in tattoo designs and artists. Hope you enjoy.   Read More »

Badass Witcher Tattoos


FAIR WARNING: One of the people who helps TAM put together these galleries is an avid gamer and is bringing you the gallery below. The rest of this post will be about the game. If you don’t care to know what The Witcher is, just skip to the gallery. The Witcher is a role-playing video game series created by CD Projekt RED, a game development studio based out of Warsaw, Poland. The first game in the franchise, titled simply The Witcher, came out on PCs in 2007 and received massive critical acclaim, particularly for its high quality pre-rendered visuals and soundtrack. It has since spawn two sequels, the last iteration of which – titled The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – was released on May 19th, 2015. The series has you play as Geralt of Rivia. He’s a Witcher – a genetically enhanced and highly trained human with special powers who primarily hunts to rid the world of dangerous monster. They travel the world in search of monster hunting contracts and take on the fiends that go bump in the night, but always for a price. Of course, the game’s story becomes much more convoluted than simple monster hunting as Geralt finds himself in the middle of warfare and political intrigue as kings and rebel leaders alike battle for land, freedom and power all around him. The Witcher franchise is, up to this point, the only series of games CD Projekt RED have worked on in the last decade. Each entry ... Read More »