Awesome Tattoos of Celebrities! | Tattoo Machine Supplier UK
We all have a favourite famous character, some people like to tribute their most beloved celebrity by getting a tattoo of them, we are going to look at some of those awesome tattoos today! Portraits are so tricky to execute as if you get one detail wrong it can end up looking like a completely different person, but these artists really nailed it! MTS is a tattoo machine supplier UK artists can trust so you can certainly trust us to show you some awesome tattoos today!
I love this tattoo of Grease star, it shows him perfectly in his most memorable role! Portraits are difficult and this artist has managed to achieve a complete likeness in colour, so kudos to that! The owner of this tattoo should be truly proud.
This tattoo of the king represents him just as he is remembered. I love the colours that the artist has used as it doesn't appear to be completely black and grey, there seems to be shades of blue and purple in there too giving the tattoo an awesome tonal effect.
Johnny Depp is one of my favourite actors and Edward Scissorhands is one of my favourite films! This portrait captures it perfectly with the look of innocence in his eyes and the detail of the scars, it's just perfect!
We lost this amazing star recently and this tattoo is a lovely tribute to him with one of his most famous images. I love the colours as he was a famously colourful character, the tattoo is perfectly unique just like the artist himself.
I love this colour portrait of Jack Black, he's one of my favourite people and this image represents his craziness perfectly! He is such a funny guy from his films to his music so I think that this tattoo presents that really well as well as being awesomely executed!
What do you think? Do you have any tattoos of your favourite celebrity? Which was your favourite? Let us know in the comments! Remember if you are a tattoo artist looking for machines then we are a tattoo machine supplier UK artists love, so be sure to check out our store
Image and blog credits:
- Katy Jackson