If you are anything like us, you probably remember the glory days of fake tattoos. We could put them on with some water and they would wash right off within a few days.
You get all of the “bad boy” appeals, with none of the commitment, so what’s not to love? Now, this supremely talented tattoo artist from Newfoundland, Canada is looking to take this concept to a whole new level.
We are here to warn you, though. These are not the same tattoos that you grew up with. They might look like they can peel right off but nothing could be further from the truth. They are the brainchild of Luke Cormier and these cartoon-themed tattoos are totally three-dimensional. We cannot get over how lifelike they appear to be.
While they may look like old stickers that are easy to peel right off, that is not actually the case. Be forewarned of this before you decide to make an appointment with Luke! He’s been showing off his handiwork on his Instagram account, where you can follow him under the handle @mr.sticker.tattoo.
Tattoo lovers everywhere are definitely going to enjoy all of his amazing handiwork. Even those who do not consider themselves to be major tattoo aficionados are about to be in heaven.
In the interest of full disclosure, we do not have any tattoos currently. That does not mean that we would not consider the body art that Luke has to offer.
There’s simply nothing like it! We have already lost a sizable amount of time on his Instagram page, as we scroll through all of the options that he has to choose from. The hardest part for tattoo lovers will be zeroing in on the idea that works best for them.
The Ghostbusters one is particularly eye-catching and has us wondering how long it would take us to get in for an appointment with Luke.
If you would like to learn more about all of the awesome services that he has to offer, please be sure to check out his Instagram page. He is more than happy to answer any and all questions that you may have about the process, especially those who are just getting hip to the idea of body art.SKM: below-content placeholder