lizcooktattoo:

Made a tattoo of the awesome comic book artist Adam Hughes Cat Woman and added her putting on her gloves. #adamhughes #catwoman #tattoos #redemptionaftercare #eternalink #tatsoul #intuitiontattoomachines

ryanpba:

Biomech forearm scarification by Ryan Ouellette at  Precision Body Arts in Nashua, New Hampshire. 

piercedheartstattooparlor:

Lobe piercings by APP member Chuck Elliot at Pierced Hearts Tattoo Seattle with Industrial Strength flower ends.

intrepidjewelry:

Plug Art by Intrepid Jewelry

#plugart #plugs #plugjunkie #intrepidjewelry #stoneplugs #sacredgeometry #mandala #pluglife #plugsplugsplugs

stevehaworth:

New #ohm design just in time for my second San Francisco trip this year. This little guy is going to @stumodifies tomorrow! Email @bloody_little_mandi stevehaworthmod@gmail.com if you want to come get some work done this week in the Bay Area. We will also have these available at #APP2014 in #Vegas June 8-13.

skeptv:

I tattooed my residual limb for Science

Here is how to care for your tattoo if you have to wear a prosthetic!
1. Before your tattoo, wash your residual limb and liner in Hibiclens.
2. Do NOT allow your tattoo artist to shave against the way your hair grows if she wants to shave you for your tattoo.
3. Get a tattoo!
4. Your tattoo artist may wrap your new tattoo in a bandage, or she can wash it, let it sit for 20 minutes, and then wash again with Hibiclens, allow to air dry, and immediately apply Tegaderm, Landerm or other occlusive bandage.
5. The tattoo area will be sore (like a sunburn) for several days. You can take ibuprufen to reduce localized swelling and pain.
6. You may notice after several hours that clear or ink-colored moisture has gathered under the occlusive bandage. If there seems like there is a lot of liquid (i.e. it is making it hard to see the tattoo) then carefully peel the occlusive bandage off, clean with hibiclens, allow to air dry and apply a new piece. Do NOT reuse the old piece.
7. Clean your residual limb and liner with hibiclens daily while leaving the occlusive bandage on.
8. After 3 days, you may remove the occlusive bandage and apply a new one. Or, if you notice lots of liquid underneath the bandage, you can remove it and apply a new one.
9. After 5-7 days, you may remove the occlusive bandage completely and wear your leg as normal.
10. If you experience discomfort or itching after the occlusive bandage is removed, you may apply a very small amount of nonscented body lotion or prosthetic care lotion to the tattoo area and rub in. Continue cleaning your liner and limb daily with hibiclens.
12. If you notice unusual redness, heat, swelling, foul discharge or etc, discontinue prosthesis and occlusive bandage use and consult a physician.
13. After several days, the very top layer of skin (which will be colored from the tattoo process) will peel off in a similar way to a sunburn. Do not pick or scratch at this, but continue gently cleaning with hibiclens. You may gently exfoliate with the pads of your fingers only.

DO NOT:
Soak for long periods in tubs or pools for the first two weeks after you are no longer using the occlusive bandage.
Scratch your tattoo until it is fully healed

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infinitebody:

Triple Flat piercings are always fun! This one was pierced by Kellan, with NeoMetal 2.5mm titanium prong set cz’s.
infinitebody:

Triple Flat piercings are always fun! This one was pierced by Kellan, with NeoMetal 2.5mm titanium prong set cz’s.

infinitebody:

Triple Flat piercings are always fun! This one was pierced by Kellan, with NeoMetal 2.5mm titanium prong set cz’s.

theabsolute108:

#salinbymuffe #sacredgeometry #geometric #blackworktattoo #scaronblack #scarifcation #scar #mybodymod #bodymod

plugporn:

Hematite Eyelets by Diablo Organics

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