Toy Story Tattoo Vs Up Tattoo

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While feeling all happy because this isn’t another one of those Twilight tattoos articles, I’m also confused about the way media is sneaking under our skin. More or less.

I do love Pixar’s movies and I think the stories they come up with they’re not only for children but equally for grownups. The hours of hard work they also put in those animated movies adds to the admiration factor. But from there to actually ink one of their cartoonish characters on my skin, it’s a long way. All in all, it’s far brighter and smarter (not to mention artsy) to ink a Pixar-anything on you than a Twilight apple, right? Let’s say you could actually remove your tattoo, risk free, mark free the next day. Or the day you’d want to. What would you ink? (and where if it’s not too much to ask…) (via)

Toy Story tattoo

Pixar Up tattoo


#1 Adriana on 09.29.09 at 12:33 pm

Oh, I can remove it risk free….that’s hard, I’m still thinking since I gave a serious thought about a tattoo up long ago……I want my “nickname” because of Lupus, I don’t write it here but it’s cute, on my back on the right side of my shoulder in old beautifulwriting with a little cross above it. But if I decide to do that I shall wear it until I die.
Not very original but that’s because I’m not a tattoo fan and cannot come up with something else.

I thought really long about this matter, well actually I’ve once gave it a thought…..

#2 Ellington on 09.29.09 at 4:41 pm

I love these two films a lot but I am not a tattoo lover so I would never ever do this.

#3 Adriana on 09.30.09 at 9:36 am

Actually, I believe that tattoos will be out somewhere in the future and people shall look tacky. Especially the elderly with sagging skins. There are yet rumours enough around that the ink sinks into once body and this will harm eventually the health. I tend to believe this. At one point when everybody smoked like crazy there were firm militant anti-smoke protesters. People laughed at them. Just 10 years ago -and still, look at the ashtray streets, yuk- far more people smoked. Tanning. What about that? Despite a high SPF it’s dangerous. Join the sun but wise and limited. Also 10 years ago being tanned looked “hot”. No matter if it was because of the real sun or a tanning bed. Yes, it’s still “hot” for some people to look like a orange and they uses tan spray now. Mark my words: tattoos will be so out one day and be even ridiculous and judged as smokers and over-tanned people…..
I was just replying to a hypothetical question: no tattoos on my body ever!!

#4 simon on 03.03.10 at 1:33 pm

Don’t be a fool…. most tattoo inks come from the same sources of colour as has been used for 1000’s of years, the very same colourings you eat, wear, apply to your face on a daily basis..
Also tattooing has existed for over 4000 years, i think if it was going to fall out of fashion it might have done so already and do you really care what you’ll look like when your eighty? i’ll be to busy trying not to wet myself…

Try judging it as any other medium of art, not as some fashion just because you haven’t done your homework

And to the wearer of the tattoos they are lovely, loving the up piece

Pixar = Kings

#5 tyron.... on 02.04.11 at 2:51 am

Wow those are some of the most amazing tattoos I’ve ever seen….. Such a tattoo doesn’t deserve to be removed…… If anything I think u could do with more haha…. I have pokemon tattooed on my leg I love them and they’ll never leave…. All your haters should just realise that u have amazing tatoos.

#6 Cody on 07.26.11 at 7:58 pm

Who is that artist?! Please tell me..

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