Better known as Zombie Boy, the undead-obsessed model has covered the majority of his person with tattoos meticulously designed to make him look like a walking, decomposing corpse.
Sounds cool - loads of people have masculine looking moth tattoos so a butterfly shouldnt be much different.
Originally Posted by dave_m141 just want a more wider wing spread look if you get what i mean lol Dirty bugger. Originally Posted by dave_m141 and sweet, yeah my sleeve consists of lillys, orchids and i have 2 red roses in there that make it stand out.
I have a butterfly tattoo, it's one tattoo that has alot of meaning to me, it's tradtional in style like all my other tattoos.

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With the help of a little video editing, his more familiar grinning-skull visage emerges from behind the cloth, and the ad launches into a reverse-time lapse, revealing a gaggle of artists painting Zombie Boy normal.

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