The vibrantly coloured designs of Korean tattoo artist Zihee.
For the man who has everything.
A ‘ronnie’ tatoo.
James Coffey writes:
I have organised a charity tattoo day this Saturday in conjunction with Craft Ink Tattoo Studio on Thomas Street in aid of the Movember Foundation.
We’ll be running a Movember Flash Tattoo Day with limited edition ‘tash tatts on offer all day for €50.
The Movember Foundation tackles prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention among men.
I’d guess that, unfortunately, all of us have been affected by the above in some way, whether it’s a friend, dad, brother or son.
Tattoos often allow men to express themselves in a way that talking can’t always do, and we’re hoping this will give them the opportunity to wear their Mo with pride.
Little Britain Street, Dublin.
The end of the line for ’13 euro tattoos’ at the Heartbreak Social Club [tattoo parlour] around the corner on Capel Street…
Spotted by the Sugar Club, Dublin 2.
Paddie Thompson tweetz:
What are these weird ads?
The impressive ouevre of Sutherland Macdonald, Britain’s first professional tattoo artist.
Having first encountered the art in the 1880s during his time in the army, Macdonald set up his parlour at the Hamam Turkish Baths at 76 Jermyn Street in London in 1889. For the next four years, it was the only place a chep (or doughty gel) could get properly inked-up anywhere in Blighty.