We’re not completly sure if we’re ready to refer to one of the stars of Teen Mom 2 (she wasn’t even on the original cast! She saw how stupid the show and it’s cast were…and still got pregnant and went on the show!) as a celebrity, but one of them got a new tattoo, so let’s talk about it. Kailyn Lowry says that the back piece isn’t finished yet, but it’s already pretty friggin’ extensive. The piece, which is seven sessions deep already, has a caption that reads “to the world you are one person, but to one person you are the world” and features flowers, trees, and rolling hills. It’s aparently going to be some kind of big landscape piece, but we’re not sure if she’s going to extend it into her mid-back more and add a ton of design, or if she’s just going to build on the outline design that she’s got going. She should probably keep it as the outline she has now, because her lack of tattoage elsewhere would make a full back piece look a bit out of place. We’d like to give her more guff about the ink, but it’s not bad work and the message is really nice, so we’ll let her slide. We will however give her guff about being a teen mom; thanks for the new drain on the economy Kailyn, we really needed another one.
What’s Chris Bosh doing with his downtime from the NBA? He went off to the Caribbean to complete a big mishmash of ink on his back.
Holy Cow what in the Lord’s name has he got going on there? It kinda makes me laugh to think about all the things. An eagle screeching, a bare tree, a zombie skull with smoke coming out of its eye holes, big music notes flying down a tiger’s back or mountains and some old dudes faces. And what is he adding to that? A horror show screaming woman with a skull and the Coliseum? I am sure he could explain the significance of it but I don’t see the rhyme or rhythm. That’s cool though, you don’t always want to see the same old things, its good when art puzzles you sometimes, you can sit there thinking about it for awhile.
Orlando Bloom, star of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Black Hawk Down, and the Pirates of the Caribbean movies; is yet another in a long line of ultra-handsome actors that are hiding a lot of ink under their clothes. The English born actor counts amongst his various pieces of body art: a tree covering the entire right side of his torso, a black band on his right left forearm, a Hebrew symbol for “Nine” on his right arm, an unknown figure on his right forearm, and a small sun on his left hip. At one point the sun was brightly colored, but it appears that as Bloom has gotten older and perhaps more mature (or cynical towards the Hollywood life), he’s gotten it colored in with solid black. Bloom seems to keep getting work despite his heavy ink-age, so look for him to keep getting more work done because that tree looks a little lonely and bare, surely it needs an owl on one of the branches or a little more decoration, a few leaves maybe, let that tree bloom Mr. Bloom.