No, you’re not seeing things – It’s the Cheshire Cat from Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland! The Cheshire Cat is most famous for his ability to be able to appear and disappear at will, and the character constantly amuses Alice with his endless philosophical questions. There’s something about those razor-sharp looking teeth, those icy blue eyes and that maniacal stare though in this tattoo that has us more than a little freaked out…There’s no denying that the tattoo artist responsible for this childhood classic inspired design is certainly talented, and just as Rome wasn’t built in a day, neither would this tattoo have been finished in a day!
Fierce ! She's an amazing canvas for this intense skull design. Sleeves are the best way to easily show off tattoos. Skulls traditionally symbolize death and are often thought of as, “the transience of a person's life.”
Rather than working with big black-lights in a dim setting, using a UV tattoo machine light is essential and practical for UV white ink artists. The U.S. has approved a few UV inks, but it's controversial and debatable whether there are carcinogenic and allergic effects.