Cannabis Tattoos:

If you’re lucky enough to live in a place that has legalized cannabis for recreational use, then every day can be 4/20!

Matching front and back pieces by André Cruz
Cute matching bongs by Michael Scott Brooke

To go along with some awesome cannabis tattoos, here are some interesting cannabis facts. Did you know that despite China’s rigorous anti-drug policies (which includes cannabis) the earliest known uses of cannabis can be traced to 1250 BC, China? China is famous for having invented paper, and the earliest forms of paper were made from hemp. Along with using hemp for paper, building materials, and clothing, the seeds from cannabis plants were also eaten, and cannabis was used medicinally and also as the first known form of anesthetic (mixed with wine) in surgery in ancient China.

A smoking bong by Edo Sent at Old Ways Tattoo
Delicate line work piece by Tina Mikhael at Rich Ink Tattoo

Scientists have found that certain cannabis compounds can stop the spread (not cure) of some aggressive forms of cancer, and it is also used medically for chemo patients who suffer from pain and nausea.

Old school head piece by Gordie Farrell in Winnipeg
Cute Ted piece by Corey Walters

Since 2015, cannabis has become the fastest growing industry in the US and is set to surpass the organic food market. While in Canada monthly sales continue to sky rocket, currently topping at $185.9 million in sales in May 2020 alone.

Sideshow Bob, bud done by Jaumeveinticuatro
Cannabis leaf and bum by kinky_tattooer

As a tattoo, cannabis is often done with cartoon characters smoking joints, depictions of bongs, or solo bud and flower. What’s your preferred method of using cannabis?

Cannabis leaf smoking a joint by volkovysktattoo
Weed wizard done by Matt Aldridge

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BoJack Horseman Tattoos:

BoJack Horseman is an extremely popular Netflix original that tackles serious issues with the backdrop of goofy cartoon characters. Spoiler alert!

BoJack and friends by Yo Soy Lau
BoJack and quote by Kenzi mackattacctatt

It is both one of the goofiest and most tragic stories I’ve watched in a long time.The creator of the show, Raphael Bob-Waksberg, has said it’s very important that the show be set in a world where animal characters live and interact with humans in a human way. “I think by making BoJack a horse, it allows an audience to project themselves on him in a way that if you were looking at a picture of Will Arnett, you might not be as inclined to,” Bob-Waksberg explained to Slashfilm. “There does exist an odd universality to these animals. By making them more foreign, they become more relatable.”

Princess Carolyn by Cate Fields
Todd by Judasz Trasz Tattoo

The basic storyline isn’t all that original. A washed up male actor deals with (or rather doesn’t deal with) how toxic he is. Tackling substance abuse, depression, and his past, which helps the audience understand (to a degree) why he treats people the way he does. What makes the show interesting is how goofy it is, with whimsical characters that are able to do and say things a show might not always be able to get away with, because it’s a cartoon, and because many of them are animals.

BoJack and quote by Sof Carrillo
BoJack by iimerse

It’s a very bleak story that gets darker and darker with each season. The show also doesn’t really have a happy ending, which I think is rare these days. But it makes it much more real. Not every story ends happily and it’s unrealistic for everything on tv to be wrapped up at the end of an episode or even a season.

Mr. Peanut butter and Todd by Vero Gutiérrez
A young BoJack by Matt Stanton

Most shows and movies focus on a character being “fixed” and growing. While BoJack arguably does grow, he also relapses time and time again. He acts and reacts as an addict does, and as someone deeply damaged. Again, he’s a real character despite his ridiculous antics which is what makes him relatable.

A minimalistic BoJack by Rafael Abitte
Rick and BoJack by Kozo Tattoo

Some of the other most popular characters include Todd, Mr. Peanut Butter, Princess Carolyn, Diane, and many more.

Who is your favourite BoJack character?

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Artist of the Month: Alex Dahood

Alex is an artist working out of Santa la Muerte Tattoo in Madrid.

Realistic tiger eyes on the forearm.
Ariel from the Little Mermaid.

He has three styles that he works in, and he does them well. Realism, micro realism, and cartoon.

Micro realistic pooch head with a dash of colour.
The Mad Hatter and Alice, a Disney classic.

His realistic works are heavy on the black and grey, but he does use colour sparingly in these to make certain aspects pop, such as eyes and mouths in portraits of both people and animals.

Full realistic back piece of a snarling tiger. Black and grey with green eyes.

His cartoon pieces are like plucking a screenshot straight out of a movie or show, with great detail and colour throughout.

A classic Homer Simpson piece from Treehouse of Horror.

His micro realism pieces are great for those who want a small tattoo, and the amount of detail he’s able to pack into such a small space is unbelievable.

A portrait of Tupac done in black and grey.

If you’re passing through Madrid don’t hesitate to set up an appointment with Alex via his Instagram linked above.

Joaquin Phoenix’ portrayal of The Joker.

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Super Mario Tattoos:

Mario first appeared in the classic Nintendo game, Donkey Kong, in 1981. Though in this game he was still named Jumpman. It wasn’t until 1982 when he reappeared in Donkey Kong Jr. that he finally became the classic character, “Mario”.

Ben Kaye Tattooer & part owner of Ship Shape tattoo, New Zealand
A very realistic Mario done by Ben Kaye at Ship Shape Tattoo in New Zealand.
Javier Antunez Artist:Owner of @TattooedTheory
Terrifyingly realistic version of Bowser done by Javier Antunez at Tattooed Theory.
Missi Robbe @evolutiontattooreno
Zombie Yoshi and King Boo done by Missi Robbe at Evolution Tattoo Reno.

Super Mario was indirectly influenced by Jackie Chan! The creator, Shigeru Miyamoto, has stated that Super Mario was largely inspired by a video game called “kung-fu”. The Japanese version of this game was based on a Jackie Chan movie called “Spartan X”.

Dave 'Junior' Nicholls
Bowser done by Dave ‘Junior’ Nicholls.
Jeanzito Hernandez
Bright and colourful sleeve done by Jeanzito Hernandez.
Robert Pup Byington
Nintendo themed sleeve done by Robert Pup in Byington.

Super Mario characters include the brothers Mario and Luigi, the iconic villain, Bowser, Princess Peach, Princess Daisy, Boo, Donkey Kong, Yoshi, Bowser Jr, Wario, Waluigi, the Koopas, Goombas, and more.

Day May Salt Lake City, Utah
a brilliant 8-bit sleeve done by Day May in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Kyle Williams UK Grindhouse Tattoo Productions
Luigi! Done by Kyle Williams at Grindhouse Tattoo Productions in the UK.
Rodney Eckenberger I Tattoo at Stillhouse tattoo in South Bend and Ink Couture in N.Y.
Wario! Done by Rodney Eckenberger at Stillhouse tattoo in South Bend and Ink Couture in N.Y.

The backstory for Super Mario is actually much darker than you might think! For those of you who haven’t read the instruction manual, here’s the gist of it. Bowser and his Koopa minions are actually black magic wielding wizards who turned the people of Mushroom Kingdom into bushes, blocks, and mushrooms. Yes, that means every time you use a mushroom or punch a block, you’re actually killing a citizen of Mushroom Kingdom.

Felipe Rodrigues Brasil
A Neo traditional Mario done by Felipe Rodrigues in Brazil.
Michela Bottin
Adorable Mario and Peach done in a new school design. Done by Michela Bottin.
Z.D (Zedtattoo) In China
New school Mario and piranha plant done by Zedtattoo in China.

As a tattoo, all Super Mario characters are popular designs. Usually done in either neo traditional style, new school, blackwork, or 8-bit.

Hongdae tattooist Kakao
Blackwork version of Boo done by Kakao in Hongdae.
mikeguinn
Classic mushroom done bu Mike Guinn.

Which Super Mario game is your favourite?

Bart Simpson Tattoos:

Bartholomew J. Simpson, son to Homer and Marge of the Simpson family. KNown for his quick wit, pranks, and one liners.Bart’s character of rebelliousness and lack of respect for authority have had him described as an updated and modern version of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. He is a disruptive student at school, and often causes trouble for his teachers, the principal, and the grounds keeper.

Alex Strangler
Neo traditional “I didn’t do it” Bart done by Alex Strangler.
Giovanni Muglia
3D Bart head done by Giovanni Muglia.
Matt Daniels • Chapel Street Tattoo • Chorley
Bart on a squishee bender done by Matt Daniels at Chapel Street Tattoo in Chorley.
Michel Tattoo Studio
El Barto done at Michel Tattoo Studio.

Although Bart is a prankster he has a soft spot for his family, particularly his siblings.

Anthony Stewart
Baby devil Bart skateboarding done by Anthony Stewart at Anchor Tattoo in Vacaville, CA.
Gueller at Cry Baby Tattoo Studio in Mexico
A sad grown up Bart done by Gueller at Cry Baby Tattoo Studio in Mexico.
Marco Mopils Tattoo Artist Kartell Tattoo, Frankfurt : Germany
Bart with his slingshot done by Marco Mopils at Kartell Tattoo, Frankfurt : Germany.
Наташа Дестройщица Russia
Johnny Rotten Bart done by Наташа Дестройщица Russia.

He is often seen with a skateboard, a slingshot, or candy!

Bryan Ferrari Apprentice @ Honor Bound Tattoos Calgary AB
Cool looking Bart in blackwork style done by Bryan Ferrari at Honor Bound Tattoos in Calgary AB.
Iain Sellar Long Fox
Blackwork skeleton Bart head done by Iain Sellar at Long Fox tattoo.
seanfromtexas
An older Bart design done by “Sean from Texas”
Yeray Perez Tattoing in Malibu tattoo studio 💥💥Sitges, BARCELONA
Inspired by The Simpsons movie. Done by Yeray Perez in Malibu tattoo studio, Sitges, BARCELONA.

Bart can get up to some pretty bad behaviour, but ultimately isn’t a bad kid. He likes having fun (sometimes at other peoples expense) but on a number of occasions he shows true remorse for his actions.

Camille Gualtieri 💖⚡️ Qc, Canada Tattoo artist at :: Tattoo Art Connexion Repentigny
Little Bart and baby Lisa. Bart really is a great big brother! Done by Camille Gualtieri in Qc, Canada.
J at  Under The Gun Tattoo Co Los Angeles
Blackwork Bart mooning on his skateboard done by J at Under The Gun Tattoo Co in Los Angeles.
Roberto Euán
Traditional Bart done by Roberto Euán.

In some of the Treehouse of Horror episodes, Bart is seen as a monster, such as the fly, zombie, gremlin, devil and more.

dolly tattoos black sails, brighton
Edgar Allan Poe Bart done at Dolly Tattoos Black Sails, Brighton.
Ellen Morris Custom tattoo studio, Chesterfield
Bart as “The Fly” done by Ellen Morris Custom tattoo studio, Chesterfield.
Jon Larson Depot town tattoo Ypsilanti-MICHIGAN
Ghost Bart done by Jon Larson at Depot town tattoo in Ypsilanti-MICHIGAN.
Josh Herman Black Wood Tattoo in Denver
Hyper realistic gremlin Bart done by Josh Herman at Black Wood Tattoo in Denver.
Mark Backstrom Tattoo Artist at AntiSocialite Tattoo
Zombie Bart done by Mark Backstrom Tattoo Artist at AntiSocialite Tattoo.

As a tattoo Bart is most often done in American traditional, neo traditional, and blackwork style.

carlatattoos
Tiny neo traditional Bart jamming to some tunes done by Carla Evelyn at Paper Moon Tattoo.
Liza Musselman Tattoo artist at ⚜️Archive Tattoo⚜️ Toronto
Skeletal tattooed Bart with a wicked skateboard done by Liza Musselman Tattoo artist at Archive Tattoo in Toronto.
Jason Ochoa while guest tattooing at Flying Panther in San Diego, CA.
Bart dressed up for Halloween done by Jason Ochoa while guest tattooing at Flying Panther in San Diego, CA.

What’s your favourite Bart moment?

Homer Simpson Tattoos:

Homer Jay Simpson, beloved fictional father of the Simpson family. He was created by Matt Groening and named after his own father, Homer Groening.

Alex Strangler
Homer and his love of donuts done by Alex Strangler done in Venice, CA.
Josh Herman Blackwood Tattoo, Denver
Hyper realistic Homer from Treehouse of Horror episode recreating Stephen King’s The Shining. Done by Josh Herman at Blackwood Tattoo, Denver.
Matthew Hockaday
Homer and Krusty! Done by Matthew Hockaday.
winston thw whale
Chromatic shift, trippy Homer done by Winston (the whale).

Homer was born in 1956, and has been making the world laugh with his wacky antics since his t.v. debut in 1989.

Anna Plienko
Homer and a nice frothy Duff beer. Done by Anna Plienko.
Jasmine Keats •23 year old Tattoo Artist at Shogun Tats tattoo and piercing studio
Homer as Santa Claus, strangling Bart. Done by Jasmine Keats done at Shogun Tats tattoo and piercing studio.
Michela Bottin
Creepy ghost Homer done by Michela Bottin.
Zane Donnellan
Picasso inspired Homer portrait done by Zane Donnellan at STR Tattoo and Art Studio, Wyong, NSW, Australia.

Homer can often be seen either at home with his family, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie; at work with Mr. Burns, and Smithers, or at Moe’s tavern with his pals Moe, Barney, Carl, and Lenny.

Ariana Tormenta
Homer and Plopper sharing a carrot. Done by Ariana Tormenta.
Jed Squire Desbrow Vintage Inx
Young Homer in his grunge band, Sadgasm. Done by Jed Squire Desbrow at Vintage Inx.
Rodrigo Bittencourt de Azeredo
Super creepy Duff beer/Homer portrait done by Rodrigo Bittencourt de Azeredo.

Along with Moe’s tavern, some of Homer’s hangouts include Apu’s Kwik-E Mart, and Krusty Burger.

Atena Bazofia
Tattooed Homer and Marge done by Atena Bazofia.
JON SPROUL ネオン黒 NEON BLACK ➕ LA, CA - Clandestine Rabbit Tattoo
Neon Homer as Mr. Sparkle, his Japanese soap mascot. Done by Jon Sproul at Clandestine Rabbit Tattoo in LA, CA.
sassybury
Snuggly Homer in bed done by Chanel (sassybury).

Homer is most well known for his love of beer and donuts, and his job at the powerplant. BUT, Homer has also been a musician, an astronaut, a truck driver, actor, mobster, carny, coach, farmer, and so much more!

black bones custom tattoos UK
Fancy Homer portrait done at Black Bones Custom Tattoos in the UK.
Joshua Davis at Wicked Inklination
A Flanderised Homer from another Treehouse of Horror, done by Joshua Davis at Wicked Inklination.
Sebastion Camargo
Dot/linework zombie Homer done by Sebastian Camargo at Chronic Ink in Toronto.

As a tattoo, Homer is mainly done in a new school design, as he is a cartoon character. He can also be seen in neo traditional, American traditional, realistic, linework, hyper realistic, and blackwork.

Erin Davies La Belle Tattoo Studio Melbourne, Australia
Homer and his pink donut done by Erin Davies at La Belle Tattoo Studio in Melbourne, Australia.
Kelly Doty ▪️BOOKS CURRENTLY CLOSED▪️Ink Master Angels . Owner of Helheim Gallery. 28 Norman st, SALEM MA
New school giant headed Homer done by Kelly Doty at Helheim Gallery, in Salem MA.
Thomas Bates
Matching Marge and Homer linework portraits done by Thomas Bates at Five Keys Tattoo Studio, Norwich.

What’s your favorite Homer moment?

Alice in Wonderland Tattoos:

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (better known as Alice in Wonderland) was written in 1865 by Charles Dodgson (under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll).

Omar Orozco
Black and grey Caterpillar (Alan Rickman) done by Omar Orozco.
Ace Of Spades Tattoo Established tattoo shop located in Asheville NC. Owner operated Brian Reaid
Bright back piece done by Brian Reaid at Ace of Spades Tattoo in Asheville NC.
Julia Dumps
Bright pastel coloured Tim Burton sleeve done by Jules Boho, an Austrian based traveling artist.
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Matching Alice and the White Rabbit in a delicate black and grey design. Done by Abbo Florez.

The story follows a young girl, Alice, who falls down a hole into a fantastical land full of bizarre characters and situations.

Aleksandra Katsan
Watercolor Cheshire done by Aleksandra Katsan in Kiev, Ukraine.
Bryan at Nirvana Tattoo Studio in Glasgow, Scotland
Linework version of Disney’s Alice done by Bryan at Nirvana Tattoo Studio in Glasgow, Scotland.
Kristen Goetz
Dark and sinister looking Mad Hatter done by Kristen Goetz.
Ricardo Gomez TATTOO ARTIST @ Soledad Tattoo & Art Studio 505 front st. Soledad ca
Cheshire in Mad Hatters Hat done by Ricardo Gomez at Soledad Tattoo.

There are also films based on the book, with the most popular being Disney’s animated version from 1951.

Alex Moro
Realistic and stylized version of the Red Queen. Done by Alex Moro done in London, UK.
Efthimis Vrettos
“Drink me” done by Efthimis Vrettos in Athens, Greece.
Lucatesdiferro
Stylized White Rabbit in a teacup done by Luca Testadiferro in Jesi Italy.
Sanninolello
Sleeping Alice done by Lello Sannino in Italy.

More recent films Alice in wonderland (directed by Tim Burton) and Alice Through the Looking Glass (directed by James Bobin) are also produced by Disney, but take on a much darker theme.

Ben Kaye Tattooer & part owner of Ship Shape tattoo, New Zealand
Hyper realistic White Rabbit and his pocket watch done by Ben Kaye at Ship Shape Tattoo, New Zealand.
Fabio Onorini
Black and grey Disney’s Mad Hatter done by Fabio Onorini Fronte Del Porto tattoo , in Rome.
Mugs Costa
Neo traditional portrait of Alice done by Mugs Costa in Australia.
Sigbjørn in Copenhagen
Blackwork Mad hatter and teacup done by Sigbjørn in Copenhagen.
Tania Catclaw
Sketchwork/watercolour Cheshire done by Tania Catclaw.

People in the 1960’s-80’s speculated about what the story was “really” about. Many people thought that it was really a psychedelic trip. Due in large part to the frequent usage of drugs such as LSD and magic mushrooms at this time. Experts usually disagree with this theory though, as Charles isn’t thought to have been a user of recreational drugs.

Brent O'Leary I am an artist, custom guitar maker, and musician. I'm currently working at Blue Collar Tattoo in Plainfield IL
Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland sleeve done by Brent O’Leary at Blue Collar Tattoo in Plainfield IL.
Gina Gila 💔 Tattoo Artist at Riverwest Tattoo Company Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Linework version of the Walrus and the carpenter with their tasty clams. Done by Gina Gila at Riverwest Tattoo Company Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Nick imms Fumbling through life. Owner of @thechurchtattoo ☦️ 1
Brilliant black and grey version of the Mad Hatter done by Nick Imms at The Church Tattoo.
Nick imms Fumbling through life. Owner of @thechurchtattoo ☦️
Queen of Hearts and White Rabbit, also done by Nick Imms.
Nick Imms
And a third done by Nick Imms.

Popular characters include the Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat, Red Queen (Queen of Hearts), the March Hare, White Rabbit, the Caterpillar, and many more.

Bruno Corvalan Tattoo artist Currently working at MISSION INK in San Francisco
A partial watercolor style March Hare and a lovely cup of tea done by Bruno Corvalan Mission Ink in San Francisco.
Jack Goks Pearce
Neo traditional Red Queen done by Jack Goks at Cloak and Dagger Tattoo in London, UK.
Oash Rodriguez
Brilliant neo traditional White Rabbit hand piece done by Oash Rodriguez.
Steve LaMantia
Hatter’s hat, pocket watch, and painted rose done by Steve LaMantia at Ever After Gallery, Spring Hill, FL.

Who is your favourite character?

Winnipeg Artist 8: Jan Veldman

Jan Veldman works at Gypsy Cat Tattoos in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Matching Russian nesting dolls with totem designs.
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Blackwork death’s head moth.
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Big ole’ werewolf and red moon.
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Badass cobra with witchy hands.
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We all float down here… Pennywise and balloon.
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A Salvador Dali inspired piece.
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Traditional ship with flowers.
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He’s late! Black and grey white rabbit from Alice in Wonderland.
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Terrifying snake lady with barbed wire.

Jan’s style can be characterized as neo traditional and new school, with a hint of American traditional thrown into the mix. He tattoos everything from classic roses to characters from shows and movies.

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Ghost sheet tattoo with some classic flowers.
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Devilish baphomet in black and grey.
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American traditional style Jesus Christ and cross.
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Hobo cat doing his thing!
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Japanese good fortune Maneki Neko cat.
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A drunk Speedy Gonzales.
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Road Runner and Wile E Coyote.
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Creepy new school spider with eyeball.

Most of Jan’s work is bright and bold, but he doesn’t shy away from some brilliant black and grey work either!

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Neo trad woman and wolf head.
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Classic and deadly scorpion with red background.
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A ghostly Bart Simpson with some script and trad flowers.
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Cute little cactus with budding flowers.
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Bender!
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Bright red chameleon.
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Adorable Michelangelo with his favourite food.
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Super cute new school cupcake.

Bring in your own design or pick one of his. Whatever you choose, Jan is a must see artist in Winnipeg!

Jason Voorhees Tattoos:

Jason Voorhees is the iconic villain from the Friday the 13th franchise. Jason is a silent, undead killing machine, and mamma’s boy. Jason haunts Camp Crystal Lake where he drowned as a child due to inattentive lifeguards. As a tattoo Jason is done in a realistic style portrait, American traditional style, neo traditional, black and grey, and new school/cartoon. He is usually seen wearing his hockey mask, sometimes paired with his machete or other weapons, or seen in Camp Crystal Lake.

DJ at True Color Tattoos
Jason mask with full bodied Jason in very dark tones done by DJ at True Color Tattoos.
Paul Acker The Séance Tattoo Parlor in Bensalem PA
Hyper realistic Jason in a killing position done by Paul Acker The Séance Tattoo Parlor in Bensalem PA.
Joe K Worrall at Heart & Arrow Tattoo Studio, U.K
Colour piece by Joe K Worrall at Heart & Arrow Tattoo Studio in the UK.
Matt Beirne at Stefano's Tattoo Studio in Ft. Lauderdale
Black and grey Jason at Camp Crystal Lake with nude camp counsellor by Matt Beirne at Stefano’s Tattoo Studio in Ft. Lauderdale.
Moira Ramone at 24 to Life in NL.
Great contrasted Jason mask and machete by Moira Ramone at 25 to Life Tattoo in NL.

Jason was born with facial deformities and a mental disability. His mother kept him away from other people, homeschooling him and looking after him herself, but when she was unable to find a babysitter she resorted to sending him to Camp Crystal Lake where she worked as the cook. Jason was bullied by the other kids and thrown into the lake where he drowned while the counsellors were having sex in the woods. Mad with grief, Pamela, Jason’s mother, murdered the counsellors she blamed for Jason’s death. Jason came back to life and waited for his mother to come back to him, for 20 years. Years later the camp tried to re open, but Pamela murdered all but one of the counsellors. The survivor, Alice, cut off her head, while Jason watched. Jason killed anyone who came back to the camp, mostly using the machete that killed his own mother.

Alessia at Bikini Bottom Tattoo Shop
Adorable cartoon Jason done by Alessia at Bikini Bottom Tattoo shop.
Fran Muñoz
Realistic black and grey Jason head and chain by Fran Muñoz.
Megan Fell
American traditional Jason mask with “mamma’s boy” and flower by Megan Fell.

Jason has a kill count of over 150 throughout the films he’s been in. Jason’s supernatural powers include immortality, regeneration, superhuman strength, enhanced speed, and durability.

Amanda Fox in Glasgow
Jason mask and machete’s in classic skull and crossbones fashion by Amanda Fox in Glasgow.
Jesse Torres
Mostly black and grey Jason mask by Jesse Torres.
Murrmosavich at Blue Blood Custom Tattoos
Blackwork mask and machete by Murrmosavich at Blue Blood Custom Tattoos.
Sabrina Sawyers
Blackwork Jason mask and trees by Sabrina Sawyers.

Jason is a fan favorite in the horror genre, often paired with Freddy Kreuger, due in part to the film Freddy VS. Jason.

Done at Bespoke Body Art Tattoos in Grimsby, UK
Jason’s torso and machete, with chains, done at Bespoke Body Art Tattoos in Grimsby, UK.
Matt Bishop at Artistic Edge Tattoo
Neo traditional Jason and Camp Crystal Lake tattoo by Matt Bishop at Artistic Edge Tattoo.
Tony Davis in VA.
“Mama tried” American traditional mask and flower by Tony Davis in VA.

What is your favorite Friday the 13th movie?