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The only thing I love more than bible stories created in Legos, is tattooed Legos sinning. [Someone's been reading Bobby Fisher's last post.]
Then, of course, there are the Lego tattoo tributes and this grainy video of a working tattoo machine made of Legos. A feast for all with arrested development! Share and enjoy.
WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE TATTOOS
Where The Wild Things Are tattoo by Shaun Topper of Da Vinci Tattoo
Last night, Brian and I went to see Spike Jonze's Where the Wild Things Are -- both of us being childhood fans of Maurice Sendak's book -- and it definitely did not disappoint.
The picture book and film tug at all emotion: anger, joy, fear, love, trust ... so it's not surprising that those wanting to wear their hearts on their sleeves choose WTWTA tattoos. And there are many.
Here are some picks of my faves in addition to the above by Shaun Topper:
* Max & Wild Things work by Scott Bruns of Coastline Tattoo.
* This full sleeve by Eric Merrill of Hope Gallery.
* Austin's Ink chest panel and half sleeve.
* LOVE this Japanese-inspired chest panel by Tom Beasely of Dragon Moon Tattoo.
* Miss Grace's backpiece in progress by George Campise on Contrariwise & Flickr.
In fact, tons of WTWTA tattoos flood Flickr, and more are being added to the movie's blog.
On the non-tattoo tip, psych and philosophy buffs will love this NY Times Op-Ed on the film, where David Brooks offers gems like this:
"People have only vague intuitions about the instincts and impulses that have been implanted in them by evolution, culture and upbringing. There is no easy way to command all the wild things jostling inside."
Go see the film. You'll love it so.
Forever Yours Tattoo Gallery in Douglasville, GA will have Where The Wild Things Are tribute days this Thursday and Friday. Dave Kruseman will be tattooing designs of characters from the book with prices ranging from $50 to $150 these two days only. It's a first come first serve deal with food and drinks while you wait. See sample flash sheets here. Sweeeet!