People with birthmarks who did not get confused and made them part of tattoos
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Birthmarks in prominent places often make people shy and hide them. People from these photos, on the contrary, emphasize their birthmarks, writing them into the subjects of tattoos — whether it's a basketball player with a ball, a mammoth with hunters or a map of an imaginary planet. We do not recommend repeating this trick and injuring moles or birthmarks — it is safer just to admire other people's inventions.
The young man circled the contours of his birthmark with a pen, and a map of an imaginary world turned out.
The owner of this tattoo depicted his journey through life and the key points of the route.
You will not immediately understand where the tattoo artist worked here, and where-nature.
Sesame Street cake and his cookie.
Pacman is hunting for a mole.
Mr. Potato Head.
A reference to the famous mole of Marilyn Monroe.
A burning match.
A couple of carrots.
Fire Pokemon Charmander.
Caption: "A good tattoo can save a bad body."
A basketball player.
The Philippine eagle.
An owl in a cage.
A flower growing in Hawaii, and the outlines of the islands.
Mr. Hankey from the animated series "South Park".
Map of the state of Alabama with a mole on the site of the city of Auburn.
Mandala around the birthmark.