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February 25, 2011
Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Tattoo
Impressive, even if it isn't real.
Posted on February 25, 2011 at 4:00 PM
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Yes. And that squid tat isn't bad, either.
Is it too obvious to say that I'd like to wrap my tentacles around her?
Probably best to skip the "sucker" references. :-)
Ben Templesmith is:
Australian. In America. Writer, artist, rider of the Squid. Made career out of Werewolf sodomy and tranny Leprechauns. Eats babies.
You had me at Leprechauns
That squid looks a lot like an octopus.
There's a Kraken joke in there somewhere.
Hmm a fine body of art...
I'm a little worried about the three sentance intro title with "Ride the Squid" in it.
I wonder what the Japanese would make of it all ;)
Looks pretty real to me. Are we looking at the same thing but I had the same thought as smee. Squid v. Octopussy?
@ BF Skinner,
"Looks pretty real to me."
As a tat or body art?
In a photograph it can be impossible to tell if the work of art is above or below the skin.
Looking at the quantity and quality of the details I suspect it is not a tat simply due to how many hours of very fine painstaking work would be required for it to be a tat.
Further I'm a bit suspicious of the way it goes around and inbetween the ladies cheeks unless she stands in a given position it will significantly. change shape, also the focus of interest is in a position that would be out of place even with very minimal clothing.
That being said I would not bet more than a pint of good beer on it.
@Clive Robinson "As a tat or body art?"
Oh. There was a tat/art there? Really?
I've got to look closer. then
Actually, from the signature, I don't think it is even body art, per say.
Not that I went looking for more of the same or anything.
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