Today’s knuckle come at the hands of Josh, a piercer at True Blue Tattoos in Austin, TX.
He explained that he is a dedicated science geek and that the Vega Star is the closest solar system to ours. And yes those are fruits, vegtables and meats on the next knuckles down.
Josh is also a killer shot in the laser tag arenas. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
This here is Pineapple. He owns Shaman Body Piercing located inside Golden Apple Tattoos in Austin, Texas. The short story is that he is a cancer survivor. This here is a close up of his knuckles. It really is a great set.
Mr. Lifto is a founding member of the Jim Rose Circus, a travelling performer and a bartender at Casino El Camino here in Austin, Texas. His knuckle tattoos were a 5th anniversary gift from his then wife April. Now a days he has been over heard telling people that they refer to a prescription drug he is taking called Luvapril.
Rick Frueh is a Freehand Body Piercer operating out of Industrial Primitives, inside of Black Cat Tattoo on Sixth Street in beautiful Austin, TX. He also finds work doing side show acts, including blockhead tricks. He didn’t want to get the standard SIDE SHOW set, so he went for something a little different.
Ian works as a bartender at Woodys South in Austin, Texas. Says that he got the tattoo as he wanted to leave his 20s behind. He got them to mark a change in his life. He says that his life is completely different now, except that he is still a bartender. And a damn fine one too.
For those of you who don’t read Roman, that’s six hundred and sixty six. Evan McMichael is a tattoo artist at Atomic Tattoo here in Austin, Texas. He says he got the idea while reading the Earth Chronicles books by Zecharia Sitchin. Now you all know that 666 is the number of the beast. But did it ever occur to you that man might be the beast? The Earth Chronicles are all about this idea: that 666 is the number of man, that man is the beast set on this earth, and that earth is actually Hell itself.
Evan didn’t want to be be totally blatant, so he went with the Roman numerals instead of the straight set of sixes. He says he gets asked what they say all the time.