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Thursday, November 15, 2012

Tatted Thursday (13): literary inspired tattoos

Tatted Thursday is a bi-monthly feature hosted here at Word Spelunking that features literary inspired tattoos .You can easily  participate by grabbing the picture above (or making your own) and posting your tattoo finds.

Sooo, it's been awhile since I've done one of these posts (bad blogger!), but I do love them so and I'm going to try and do more of them. And I thought I'd start off by featuring some tats inspired by some of my fave books and poems...

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Robert Frost's 
This one's kind of hard to see in this pic, but the woods are really lovely and the quote is perfect!

Marcus Pfister's
So cute and colorful!

Stephen Chbosky's
This is one of my favorite quotes and I love how they incorporated the cassette tape (mix tapes!) and everything

Maurice Sendak's
This is just so simple and stunning

Kurt Vonnegut's
Too cool!

J.K. Rowling's
This one is awesome because the magic words "I solemnly swear that I'm up to no good" appear under a black light only. How wicked is that?!

Whaddya think of these literary tats?!
I've been dying to get more tattoos inspired by my fave books and quotes!
What kind of book inspired tat would you get?


Tara said...

I love the last one - that's really original and I didn't know they could do it!

I'm far too chicken to get a tattoo myself though!

sarabara081 @ Forever 17 Books said...

I just can't get over that last one! I had no idea it was possible but it is the coolest idea ever!

Lisa Harwood said...

The Harry Potter tattoo is awesome =)

I have a Hunger Games tattoo of the Mockingjay Pin

Michelle @ In Libris Veritas said...

I love that Where the Wild Things Are tattoo! It's so well done.
I'm hoping to get a Harry Potter tattoo next, and I love the idea of the UV ones but I'm not sure yet.