Every week or so, we hear about a celebrity getting a brand-new tattoo. But it’s not just the stars who love their ink; those behind the camera—the ones responsible for making great films come together—have also been busy getting tattooed.
From an up-and-coming producer and Shakespearean-trained stunt guy to a choreographer and an actor (who also happens to write and direct), we rounded up some of the heavyweights who make Hollywood run and put them in front of the lens.
With more than 100 tattoos, Wallace says he’s often stereotyped as a thug. “I change the way I dress around certain groups of people to cover up my tattoos ... [but] if I’m not in a business setting, you better believe I’m showing them off.”
Even crazier than being a Juggalo—a diehard fan of Insane Clown Posse—is not being one but going to the Gathering of the Juggalos. Our reporter spends four days inside the dark carnival.
Tattoos and couture collide in the work of these fashion designers. Some are upand- coming and some have already come up, but they all stay true to their art with designs that are irreverent, witty, and anything but ordinary.
Like her character the rogue agent Nikita, Maggie Q has remained an enigma. While Nikita begins to reveal herself throughout the second season of the CW show of the same name, Maggie tells her story through her tattoos.
Outdoor fashion spread featuring model, Tony Ward.
“The less free skin I have left, the more analytical I’m getting about tattoos.”