Ethan Modboy Bramble-Australia's Most Extreme Modifier and FreakPictolic
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Today it is difficult to surprise someone with a tattooed body from head to toe or piercings in unexpected places. Despite this, there are still modifiers that can amaze the world with their cardinal reincarnation. One of these fans to stand out is a 24 – year-old blogger from Australia, Ethan Modboy Bramble, who, they say, has no equal on the Green Continent, and maybe in the entire Southern Hemisphere.
In Australia, everyone knows Ethan Modboy Bramble. We can't say that this guy is the real pride of the country, but if there is a TV show about modification or a tattoo festival somewhere, then it can't do without him. Up to 95% of Ethan's body is covered with tattoos of various styles and trends. Until recently, Bramble refrained from drawing on his face, but then he gave up – his passion for tattoos turned out to be stronger than what he calls common sense.
But a tattoo on the skin is not all that Ethan can boast of. The guy has his eyeballs tattooed to black, his tongue is forked, and impressive tunnels are made in his ears. Our list is far from complete. This is how the guy himself describes his body:
It may seem that a person with Ethan's appearance is doomed to be lonely all his life, but this is not so. The most modified guy in Australia is married and has a young daughter. He says that his wife is calm about experiments on appearance.
According to Bramble, his expensive hobby almost does not affect the family budget, since the extravagant guy has serious acquaintances in the world of extreme fashion and style. His body is a real advertisement for the best Australian tattoo artists, so they work on Ethan for a nominal fee or even for free.
Ethan got his first tattoo at the age of 13, when he still lived with his mother and attended school. When asked by journalists of the Daily Star about what prompted him to start covering his body with drawings, Ethan Modboy Bramble answers simply:
If Ethan has no competitors in Australia, then in the former metropolis, in the UK, his laurels could well be challenged by Matthew Whelan – the most "painted" English subject of the Queen.