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Literary Tattoos


Literary Tattoos

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Hard not to love this Illustration by Tom Bloom

Shel Silverstein. Oh so cool.

Nicely done. “From Neil Gaiman’s Sandman Vol. 6: Fables and Reflections. “Fear of Falling”

Nice quote (by Anais Nin) for a tattoo.

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You'll never be outdated with this tattoo. Classic. Iv been a constant reader for ever. At any kind of event you could find me reading in the back. I love anything vintage so I had to get a quill. My manager just found out I had a tattoo. And just had to point out ” you know thats gonna become pretty outdated..People are gonna get kindles tattooed soon”

Winnie-the-Pooh tattoo

Best one we've seen yet!

  • Reading Angel
    Reading Angel

    AMAZING!!

  • Jamie Carpenter
    Jamie Carpenter

    Wow!

Oh my. Look at that! Dutch Tattoo King & his wife Louise in an American Bookstore.

Now this is a natural selection for a Darwin lover.

This is beautifully done quote from Oscar Wilde.

4 and 20 blackbirds must have taken a long time to do. Results are stunning.

Peter Pan inspired tattoo that is very well done.

Now this is precision! A stanza from a poem by Pushkin in Russian.

Wow. Bookcover of Jeff Lemire’s Tales From The Farm that looks more like a decal than a tattoo.

Edgar. And a very nice version too.

Allen Ginsberg line as tattoo. Allen would probably love it.

Revealing the manuscript within. This is quite a masterpiece.

Dark and very poe. ‘I was insane with intervals of horrible sanity.’ -Edgar Allen Poe

Oscar Wilde’s signature. He never could have dreamed.

How did that caterpillar get there? Looks like it's a little kid's arm. Oh mama! The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

This one works well. James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl.

This tattoo artist is good. Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown

Love this book. Love the Tattoo too. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, by Judith Viorst

Look who's peeking out of those cords. The Tale of Peter Rabbit, by Beatrix Potter. Cute.