close menu
This SHAUN OF THE DEAD Tattoo Deserves a Pint at the Winchester

This SHAUN OF THE DEAD Tattoo Deserves a Pint at the Winchester

Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg‘s Cornetto trilogy, comprised of The World’s End, Hot Fuzz, and Shaun of the Dead, is filled with references and moments that have inspired fan art, clothing, and tattoos. We’ve featured a creative piece of ink wrapping together the entire trilogy before, and now, we have a Shaun of the Dead specific sleeve to highlight.

The ink belongs to Daniel, and he said the sleeve is about half done. My favorite park of the work completed so far features Shaun’s important list of things to do. Having a nice cold pint can be just the right respite from the world, whether there’s a zombie apocalypse happening outside the door or not.

Scroll to the gallery below to see more parts of the Shaun of the Dead sleeve in progress.

If you have nerdy ink on your skin or you’re a tattoo artist that applies pop culture, STEM, music, or other nerd-inspired ink (tl;dr: I want to see all of the tattoos) on a regular basis, then please hit me up because I’d like to highlight you in a future Inked Wednesday gallery. I’m especially interested if you have a sleeve or other large tattoo. You can get in touch with me via email at [email protected] Send me photos of the tattoos you’d like me to feature (the higher resolution, the better) and don’t forget to let me know the name of your tattoo artist if you have it, as well the name of the shop he or she works out of. If you are the tattoo artist, give me links to your portfolios and/or Instagram accounts so I can share them with our readers.

Images: Daniel/StudioCanal

Look at more geeky tattoos!

A Guide to Stephen King's Lovecraftian Gods

A Guide to Stephen King's Lovecraftian Gods

article
The Best Reaction to THE LAST JEDI Trailer Came from Kylo Ren

The Best Reaction to THE LAST JEDI Trailer Came from Kylo Ren

article
DEADPOOL 2 Wrap Photos Reveal Best GOLDEN GIRLS Easter Egg

DEADPOOL 2 Wrap Photos Reveal Best GOLDEN GIRLS Easter Egg

article