"You can be extremely feminine, classy, elegant, and edgy all while being heavily tattooed."+ Read More
One the most bearded members of the Boston Red Sox has a World Series ring and some punny tattoos.+ Read More
Tattoo artist, Casey Anderson, from House of Ponchos Tattoos (Abingdon, MD) specializes in illustrative realism.+ Read More
Karl Berringer from 252 Tattoo (Cleveland, OH), is famously known for photorealistic horror tattoos.+ Read More
Cameo jewelry has been popular through the ages. The pieces which often feature a carving in either a gemstone or ivory were popular in ancient times, during the Renaissance, and in Victorian England. A more modern twist on the cameo style is to get inked with pieces that look like the jewelry of yesteryear. Check out this gallery of some of our favorite cameo tattoos.
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The background colors in this cameo tattoo makes it stand out and look almost real.