With the help of designer Yu-Chiao Wang's cloth stencil, every one, even those who are afraid of needles, can have a tattoo, and a full body one at that, with a little help from the sun. Although Wang suggest that it's better if you use sunless tanning cream to get your 'ink' on. Via.
There are two kinds of wall tattoos. One is the stencil or vinyl sort put on display for public view. The other kind is created by anarchists who challenge prevailing thought. Sounds cool, huh? Whether wall tattoos of the anarchist variety are simple drawings or ornate modern art, they have one thing in common: They’re little seen. In most cases such tattoos can be found behind hotel ‘art work’, mirrors and furniture. The fact that these objects are usually screwed into place makes the job of the anarchist that much more challenging.
Nothing exemplifies commitment like a tattoo. And since that applies to crafters as well, why wouldn’t someone who loves their hobby proclaim it to the world with a little ink?
To see more pics of crafty tats, go here.
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