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Inked Wednesday #134 – Retro Gaming and STAR WARS Tattoos

Inked Wednesday #134 – Retro Gaming and STAR WARS Tattoos

Reader submissions keep Inked Wednesday going strong. This installment is all about Cameron’s shoulder pieces. He has two of them with separate themes done by different artists. Cameron drew the art for each piece himself and worked with the tattooists to ensure his designs would look their best for the permanent ink medium.

First up, let’s admire his gaming inspired sleeve:

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Inked by Mike at Tat-2-U

This was Cameron’s first tattoo and combines some nods to older video games and geeky items. You’ll find the Atari symbol, a Nintendo controller, Pac-Man, and other elements in the ink.

Cameron has a Star Wars sleeve, too:

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Inked by Julie Whittaker

He started the Star Wars piece on May the 4th last year, and you can see the date on the arm of Boba Fett‘s armor. The image includes the bounty hunter, Darth Vader, and the Death Star.

You can see more views of Cameron’s gaming and Star Wars sleeves in the gallery below, so go check them out from every angle.

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 basically 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. 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: Cameron

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