Saturday, November 20, 2010

Anthony Kiedis' Tribal Tattoo

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 Anthony Kiedis' Tribal Tattoo

Lead singer Anthony Kiedis has a multitude of tattoos as well, including several elaborate tribal designs, as well as an American Indian tattoo (his grandmother was part Mohican).
Guitar god John Frusciante sports a large, angry octopus on his right bicep and shoulder. Some unresolved issues there.
And even drummer Chad Smith is a fan of the ink, with several tattoos including a large Asian tiger.
In the volatile world of pop music, The Red Hot Chili Peppers have demonstrated incredible staying power, having been together since 1983. The band that sprays together, stays together.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Osbourne's Arms Tattoos

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Ozzy Osbourne is the legendary singer songwriter and vocalist of the British metal band, Black Sabbath. Ozzy Osbourne has quite a large gallery of tattoos on his body, mostly on his arms and chest area.
The tattoos on his chest include, a large blue Chinese dragon head with flames on the right side of his chest, and on the left side is a hooded vampire skull with a crack in the middle of its head. On his left arm is a tattoo of a Gargoyle carrying the head of a zombie looking vampire woman. He also has a dagger of sorts on his forearm with the name "Mom" on a small banner.
He has a very colorful sleeve tattoo on his right arm, which looks to contain a dragon, flames and a claw among several other things. A rose with the name of his wife "Sharon" is on his upper right arm. Some of Ozzy's other tattoo designs include, a small stick man, two smiley faces, one on each knee, and his famous OZZY on the knuckles of his left hand. Feast your eyes on the tattoo designs of rock icon, Ozzy Osbourne.

Ozzy Osbourne's Tattoo Before He Was Famous

 


Ozzy Osbourne has plenty of tattoos of his own, but he advised his daughter Kelly against getting inked because he was afraid she'd regret it later.
He explained: "The trouble with tattoos is they're addictive. I've known girls who start out with a flower on their ankle, and three months later they've got an entire battle scene across their a**e.
"When my own daughter got tattoos, I said to her, 'Fashions come and go. One day you may resent what you did to your body'."
The Black Sabbath singer admitted he particularly regrets having a smiley faced etched onto his knee when he was much younger.
Ozzy added to The Sunday Times Magazine: "It's one thing being young and beautiful with a tattoo, another when you're a grandma with a floppy dagger on your arm.
"There are times when even I wake up and look at the smiley face I drew on my knee and think, 'What the f**k did I do that for?' Getting them done hurts like crazy too."