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Beautiful Badass Bee Tattoos

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Bees are flying insects known for their role in pollination and producing honey and beeswax, which have multiple food, health and various practical applications. The most known species of bee is the European honey bee. It’s known for its black and yellow colors and vicious stinger that detaches upon impact and leads to the bee’s death shortly thereafter. Most bee tattoo depictions feature the European honey bee. These bee tattoos show off why bees are featured in a lot of tattoo designs. We hope you enjoy this gallery whether you’re a bee enthusiast or not. And if you have any bee tattoos you’d like to show off, be sure to share them with us on Instagram. Read More »

Freakin’ Awesome Fish Tattoos

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Did you know that fish have been incredibly important to human survival since practically the dawn of time? A lot of ancient civilizations relied quite heavily on fish, which is a bit of a no-brainer when you consider how many settlements were built near water for water sources anyway. Fish still serve an important role in human survival today too. So we’re dedicating this tattoo gallery to fish – not just for the role they’ve played in human survival, but because they also just look so darn cool as centric subjects for tattoo designs. Got a fish tattoo you want to show off? Be sure to share it with us on Instagram and maybe your fish tattoo will wind up in a future gallery. Read More »

Must See Creative and Beautiful Flower Tattoos

Little Andy  @littleandytattoo

We live in a fast world. It’s full of fast food, fast cards, fast internet speeds, and it only gets faster every day. Because of how fast it is, a lot of people fail to stop and smell the roses. They forget to take from this fast world, breathe for a bit, calm down and enjoy the world around them. This gallery may not focus on roses in particular, but it’s all about flowers in general – flowers that most people take for granted and fail to even notice during the hustle and bustle that life offers. We hope you take a few seconds out of your busy day to enjoy this gallery. Breaks are good for the soul.   Read More »

Artist Spotlight – Renan Batista

Renan Batista @renanbatistatattoo5

Renan Batista @renanbatistatattoo , which is of course located in Berlin, Germany, where he creates stunning artworks on skin and paper. Renan is a well-rounded artist who has stunning artwork to offer everyone, even if they’re not interested in getting a tattoo. That being said, you’d be crazy to pass up the opportunity to get a tattoo done by this masterful artist. If you find yourself in or around Berlin, you should definitely stop by Berlin Ink Tattooing and see what Renan can do for you. Berlin Berlin Ink IG – FB – Read More »

LGBT Pride Tattoos


We’d all like to believe the human race has evolved over the years. Not physically of course, that form of evolution takes thousands of years, but in a moral sense. In a large part, we have, but every so often tragic situations remind us that hate and persecution are still very much part of the human condition. Last Sunday, on June 12th, 2016, one of the worst hate crimes in US history since 9/11 occurred in Orlando, FL when a open fire in a gay nightclub, killing almost 50 people and seriously wounding 50 more. The thoughts and prayers of everyone here at TAM go out to the multitudes of families who affected by this horrific tragedy. We here at TAM believe in equality in all it’s forms, which is why we’re doing what we can and celebrating the LGBT community with this gallery. It isn’t much, but it’s what we do here and we hope you enjoy these tattoos too. Read More »

Sensational South Park Tattoos

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South Park is an animated television series that debuted in 1997 and is still on the air today. It was created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone for Comedy Central television network, and it has been one of the highest rated series for the network for almost 20 years. The series is so popular is has spawned toy lines, multiple video games and a full-length theatrical film. The series is popular due to its timely crass comedy that largely makes fun of popular celebrities and sensitive events. We hope you enjoy these South Park tattoos even if you don’t enjoy the show. Read More »

Gaming Tats in Honor of E3

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E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, is one of the largest video game conventions on the planet. It’s where video game publishers and accessory manufacturers advertise upcoming games and game-related merchandise. It’s currently going on as this is written, which is why we thought this is probably a great time to give you a video game centric tattoo gallery. The convention tends to be held in Los Angeles, California around the second or third week in June each year and proceeds to take over the entirety of games media as pundits and gaming fans dissect every little nugget of gaming information they can from each massive gaming company’s conference. Who will “win” E3 this year? We’ll let other gamers decide. We just hope you enjoy this gaming tattoo gallery alongside the E3 madness too. Read More »

Artist Spotlight – Derek Turcotte

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Derek Turcotte is a tattoo artist who specializes in new school tattoos and works out of Canmore, Alberta Canada. He’s so good that many people consider him to be the new school tattoo master, and be sure to check out the pictures in the gallery below before you start to disagree. That being said, his style isn’t entirely new school focused. It’s a unique blend of realism and new school coupled with over-exaggerated illustrative drawings that combine to create unique collages you won’t see anywhere else. He excels with color and his talent oozes out of each tattoo he designs. If you have a chance to get a tattoo done by Derek Turcotte, do not pass up the opportunity. Canmore, Alberta Canada Electric Grizzly Tattoo IG – FB –   Read More »

Surf’s Up! Check Out These Surfing Tattoos

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Surfing has a deep history in ancient Polynesian culture that’s unfortunately unrecorded, leaving historians with no clues as to when it first began. What we do know is that British explorers first observed surfers while traveling through Tahiti in 1767. Surfing actually pre-dates Hawaiians and eastern Polynesians by over a thousand years. Professional surfing contests started in 1975 and, unlike many other sports, it began with its first professional female athlete during the same year. It has since been looked at as both a sport and a calming oceanic past time, and we’re celebrating it today with its own tattoo gallery. Read More »

Phenomenal Phoenix Tattoos

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The phoenix is a mythical bird from Greek and Roman mythology that lives for over a thousand years before it dies is a show of flames and is reborn from its own ashes. Symbolizing resurrection, the sun and various other popular ideals – many of which are focused in Christianity – the phoenix is one of the most popular mythological creatures ever depicted. Nowadays a lot of people like phoenixes more for their eye-catching artistic value than anything else. A fiery immortal bird can be quite a powerful image, which you’ll see in many of the tattoos featured in the gallery below. If you’d like to see more tattoo galleries featuring mythological creatures, be sure to check out our unicorn and dragon galleries too. Read More »

Magnificent Music Tattoos

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The history of music goes all the way back to the prehistoric era. Archaeologists have found flutes carved from bones thought to be at least 40,000 years old. Even string instruments have been found in China that date back to 7000 and 6600 BC. Music is a great equalizer. Most people around the world like music of some sort. We may not agree on the type of music we prefer, but just about everyone can relate to enjoying music of some sort or another. That’s what we’re celebrating with today’s music-focused tattoo gallery. If you have a music tattoo you’d like to showoff, be sure to share it with us on Instagram and you might see your tattoo featured in a future article. Read More »

Artist Spotlight – Tony Sklepic

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Tony Sklepic @tonysklepictattoo Tony Sklepic started tattooing in 2002 after he graduated high school and hasn’t stopped since. The realism that inspired him to become a tattoo artist in the first place, such as the work by artists like Nikko Hurtado and Paul Acker, is readily evident in the work you’ll see in his gallery featured below. In addition to being an avid tattoo enthusiast, Tony is also a self-proclaimed comic book, movie and music nerd who specializes in applying his full-color realism tattooing skills to large pop-culture influenced designs. Some of his biggest artistic influences outside of the tattoo world are comic book artists, like Jim Lee, Tony Moore and Ryan Ottley. In 2014 he founded Sanitarium Studios with fellow tattoo artist Karl Sundquist and has been tattooing from the Edmonton studio ever since. EDMONTON ALBERTA CANADA SANITARIUM STUDIOS IG – FB – Read More »

For the LOVE of Food

Gary @gaza666

Who doesn’t love good food? We need it to survive, to harness enough energy to get through the day, and if we’re going to partake of something that’s a necessity then why not make it something tasty? This tattoo gallery is all about great food. It features a lot of variety, just like the various pallet and preference differences that occur from person to person. While we may not all be able to agree on what constitutes the best food in the world, we CAN all agree that these tattoos are phenomenal, right? P.S. TAM takes no responsibility for the hunger you may feel after viewing this tasty food tattoo gallery.   Read More »

This is for the Father’s Out There!


Father’s Day, an international holiday celebrating fatherhood and the influence of fathers in society, is coming up soon so we’re priming you with a tattoo gallery all about celebrating fathers. The holiday is held on the third Sunday of June and lands on June 19th this year. In the early months of 1908, Anna Jarvis promoted, organized and successfully ran the first Mother’s Day celebration in Grafton, West Virginia. Grace Golden Clayton, inspired by Anna Jarvis’ work, organized the first Father’s Day celebration on July 5th, 1908 in Fairmont, West Virginia. It doubly served as a celebration to honor the 250 fathers that had passed away during the Monongah Mining Disaster that occurred in December the previous year. The celebration continued to be held off-and-on for decades, coming close to being made an official national US holiday many times until President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers in 1966 – during which he designated the third Sunday in June as Father’s Day. Six years later, Father’s Day was signed into law as a permanent national holiday by President Richard Nixon. Today it is celebrated around the world.   Read More »

R.I.P. – Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson


Not long after the world lost Muhammad Ali, one of the greatest boxers to ever step foot into the ring, it lost one of the greatest MMA fighters to ever step into an octagon – Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson. Kimbo’s fighting career arguable began in 2003, when he began participating in unsanctioned mutual combat street fights that were distributed online via sites like SublimeDirectory and YouTube. In his first taped fight, he left a large cut on his opponent’s right eye, which led to fans calling him “Slice”. This combined with his childhood nickname “Kimbo” is what ultimately led to his fighter nickname “Kimbo Slice”. He gained popularity from taped street fights, receiving the title of “King of the Web Brawlers” by Rolling Stone, and ended up signing a professional contract with EliteXC in 2007. He fought for EliteXC until it closed its doors after declaring bankruptcy in 2008. Dana White, the president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, stated that Kimbo would have to earn his contract in the UFC by competing on The Ultimate Fighter – UFC’s reality TV competition. Kimbo took Dana White up on the offer and participated in The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights, and was the number one pick for coach Quinton “Rampage” Jackson. He ended up winning against Houston Alexander by unanimous decision during The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights finale. However, on May 8th, 2010, Kimbo lost in his first official heavyweight debut by TKO, after which Dana White said it was “probably Kimbo’s last fight in ... Read More »