My own mother will not know: The 10 craziest face tattoosPictolic
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Tattoos are a passion, and many, having got to a good master, are not limited to one body painting. And some people get a tattoo right on their face, sometimes successfully, sometimes-unsuccessfully. The whole horror is that such art is almost impossible to remove. Although it is unlikely that the following owners of tattoos are considering this option.
In 2013, the politician, artist and composer Vladimir Franz became famous by deciding to run for the post of president of the Czech Republic. 61-year — old Franz is a very interesting and charming person. He has a higher legal education, he is a professor in the field of dramatic art, a postmodern artist, a stage designer and an opera composer.
Tattoos cover most of his body, as do piercings, and his hair is often dyed blue. About his appearance, he says:
In early 2019, 35-year-old barber Teddiboy Greg moved from California to Moscow. The extravagant American fell in love with Russia after the first trip, so he decided to completely change his life and move overseas for permanent residence.
A fan of the 50s, Greg found in modern Russia everything that he lacked in the States: the absence of transsexuals and gays, the dominance of tolerance and traditional values. A tattooed American dreams of getting a Russian passport and living in Russia all his life. America, according to Barber, is a much more aggressive country than Russia.
A heavily tattooed man with a painted-over eyeball was jailed for 22 years on charges of attempted murder and other crimes for shooting at police officers investigating a series of apartment thefts in Alaska in January 2015. 39-year-old Jason Barnum, nicknamed Eyeball, went to all sorts of serious things, including car theft and house theft, to satiate his heroin addiction.
When he was staying at the Merrill Field Inn motel in Anchorage, the police noticed a car registered as stolen in the parking lot and broke into Barnum's room. The criminal opened fire on the guards, hiding in the bathroom. Firing back, the police wounded him in the arm and arrested him.
In court, the head of the Anchorage police, Mark Mew, urged the judge to look at Barnum's face, which, according to him, said with all his appearance that the criminal "decided to devote his life to cruelty to other people a long time ago."
In 2013, an extreme tattoo artist wrote his name in huge letters on the girl's face less than a day after meeting. The scandalous tattoo artist Ruslan Tumanyants became famous by painting the face of then 18-year-old Kimberly Vlemink with stars in his studio in Courtrai (Belgium).
Then Tumanyants wrote his name on the face of another girl. Olesya Tumanyants from Saransk allowed to get a tattoo with the name "Ruslan" in huge Gothic letters. After that, they got married.
Christian Zehrist is a 20-year-old guy from Houston who made the non-trivial decision to cover the left side of his young face with a bruise-like tattoo with a baby. The portrait depicted is the son of Zechrist Perseus, who almost died, and this prompted the father to capture his child in the most prominent place.
This tattoo provoked a harsh reaction on social networks, but Zehristu likes it.
The goal of Vin Losa from Montreal is quite simple — to become the most famous person in the world. The face and hands of this representative of the Canadian modeling business already look like a list of common phrases. Expressions such as FAME ("fame"), LICK ("lick") and F**K ME ("fuck me") are tattooed in handwritten script all over his pumped-up hairless body, except for tattoos in the form of hair follicles on his chest.
It seems as if these are not tattoos at all, but just a set of letters drawn with a felt-tip pen, but they are really tattoos. As the guy admitted, each word has its own specific meaning and is associated with important events in his life. Los says he wants to be a living monument to our times of obsession with fame.
A Fresno man was arrested in March 2016 for possession of firearms and growing marijuana, but it was the photo of his tattooed face that made this arrest stand out from the rest. Khamprasong Thammavong, suspected of belonging to the organized criminal group "Lao Blood", was stopped in the city of Fresno, California for a routine check of driver's documents. When the police officer ran the information about him, it turned out that Tammavong was on probation, so he decided to call for backup.
Police officers who searched Tammavong's house found numerous confirmations of his gang membership, and as a result of further searches, a semi-automatic rifle and a pistol were found. The officers also found combat equipment similar to a police one, and 38 illegal marijuana bushes. Tammavong was imprisoned in the Fresno County Jail on several criminal charges, including illegal possession of firearms and growing marijuana. His picture at the police station soon went all over the Internet.
Michael Carter was arrested in January 2016 after having a row in a diner, and then locked himself in the toilet at a gas station, but he became famous thanks to his fully tattooed face and a devilish red suit. The photo taken at the police station shows that Carter has a swastika and the inscription "Jesus Christ" on his face at the same time.
A month after the events described, he was again arrested for aiming at drivers with a pistol, which eventually turned out to be a toy. In March 2016, 36-year-old Carter wanted to break into a day care center for the homeless. When they tried to expel him, he refused to leave, and he was arrested for the third time.
Rick Genest, nicknamed the Zombie Guy, became famous by appearing in Lady Gaga's video for the song Born This Way in 2011. Genesta, who has both his head and body covered with tattoos, was found by Nicola Formichetti, Lady Gaga's stylist. Before becoming famous, Rick lived in Montreal and did everything in a row-from washing windows to performing as a circus curiosity-to earn another tattoo.
Unfortunately, his life was quickly cut short: A zombie guy committed suicide on August 1, 2018 in Montreal. At the time of death, he was in a state of strong alcohol and drug intoxication.
Gino Dartnall, who started doing facial tattoos at the age of 18, got into the photo shoot of British photographer Mark Leaver "Facial Tattoos".
Leaver gets to know and communicate closely with his tattooed models in order to dispel prejudices and show these people most openly.