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September 2013 Tattoo of the Month Contest

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Alright LSTers! New month means new contest. Last month showcased some incredible submissions, but I'm sure this month won't be any less great considering the rate that our members are collecting (and in some cases creating) insane tattoos!

LST Monthly Contest

The tattoo picture that gets posted in this thread for September 2013 with the most 'likes' for the month wins! The contest starts on the first of the month and ends on the last day of the month.

Contest Guidelines

  • Your tattoo picture must be posted in this thread (both tattooers and tattoo customers can win) in order to qualify.
  • Include with your photo/post...tattoo artist name & tattoo shop.
  • You MUST be the one who has the tattoo or did the tattoo.
  • You can 'like' as many tattoos as you want.
  • It can be a finished or in progress tattoo.

To increase your 'likes' or to show off another's great tattoo share the link to the post in this thread on facebook, twitter, etc. - to get votes from your friends..

It's on!!

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Here comes another of my "Out of the Norm" submissions.

This tattoo was done on the 1st September and is still driving me crazy. (My legs heal terribly).

As usual, something different to the norm around these parts.

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Based on the Constructivism propaganda posters designed mainly in the early 20th Century and done by Gray Silva of Rampant Ink Nottingham @ Teesside Charity Tattoo Show, in about 5 hours, at a guess.

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Here comes another of my "Out of the Norm" submissions.

This tattoo was done on the 1st September and is still driving me crazy. (My legs heal terribly).

As usual, something different to the norm around these parts.

1235934_10151879222201369_662809163_n.jpg

Based on the Constructivism propaganda posters designed mainly in the early 20th Century and done by Gray Silva of Rampant Ink Nottingham @ Teesside Charity Tattoo Show, in about 5 hours, at a guess.

I love those propaganda posters. I'm a big fan of Soviet art and architecture in general, and this tattoo is a great representation of the genre.

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Here comes another of my "Out of the Norm" submissions.

This tattoo was done on the 1st September and is still driving me crazy. (My legs heal terribly).

As usual, something different to the norm around these parts.

1235934_10151879222201369_662809163_n.jpg

Based on the Constructivism propaganda posters designed mainly in the early 20th Century and done by Gray Silva of Rampant Ink Nottingham @ Teesside Charity Tattoo Show, in about 5 hours, at a guess.

I'd buy a print of that.

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I don't usually post in the contest threads but I thought it would be fun to have a Henning vs. Rubendall showdown. Done at the Montreal tattoo convention last week:

I LOVE your Baku so much pugilist!! It's AWESOME!!!

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I just got home from an weekend in Chicago where my wife and I both picked up some pretty cool souvenirs at Great Lakes Tattoo. Beautiful shop. Mine was done by Mario Desa. Here's a picture taken minutes after it was done.

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I saw this on Mario's instagram the other day. Very nice indeed. Such a great shop.

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artist: Jess Yen JESS

shop: MY TATTOO

a friend notified me two weeks before and told me that Jess Yen had a last minute opening,so I ended up getting an 8 hour one shot piece from Jess on 08/16/13 !

here is the original art he drew for me & my body size & weight ,he signed it and dated it for me.

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and here is the stencil which he also gave me,

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here it is the day after,he used saniderm on it,

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here are the healed pics

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