As you can see, we had to really zoom in on today's mystery rock star tattoo. There's two reasons for that. One, because the artwork is so small, and two, because this artist has a very distinctive look that would be pretty easy to recognize if we showed you much more.
Asking you to guess whose tattoo this is isn't exactly accurate, because it's just not one tatt we're singling out here -- it's pretty much an entire bicep, forearm and hand that's covered in ink. And even that massive sleeve is merely one piece in a larger puzzle of tattoos that cover this rock star's body like a giant inked canvas
Today's mystery rock star tattoo features just about every single possible iconic, rebellious image ever burned into someone's skin. Skull and bones? Check! A pistol? Right there! Guitars, flowers and a catchy slogan that we can't explain quite yet? Yes, yes and yes!
So now that we've established that this is in fact a prime example of a mom-scaring rock and roll tattoo, the only question left is who does it belong to? Now, normally we'd give you some hints about the person's identity, but this time, all the clues you could possibly need about this musician are right there in front of your eyes
We're doubling up on our tattoo recognition game today, giving out twice as many visual hints to help you identify the owner of these imposing yet somehow loveable works of permanent body art.
Can you tell you who belongs to this tattoo? Need some hints?
This rock star got this tattoo early on in his band's career. It's in tribute to a song off their first album -- he got it inked right after he penned the tune because he had so much confidence in it -- but he had to get title shortened to "Ma' Kin" in order to fit it on his left arm
How well do you know your favorite rock stars? Well enough to recognize them based just on their tattoos? This one comes with a pretty good built-in clue; whoever owns this on-skin artwork has clearly pledged eternal devotion to somebody named Suzette.
Picking the worst rock tattoos is no easy task. For one thing, it's hard to pick on people so dedicated to music. Sure, band T-shirts and bumper stickers are cool, but nothing shows your love of and dedication to a band quite like getting inked. Getting your favorite artist's name, song title or lyric inked on your body can be quite an awesome experience.