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Author: admin | Category: Fish Tattoo | 13.08.2015

CHICAGO -- Chicago White Sox fan Gina Bebis wanted to use part of her body as an homage to her favorite team, but the tattoo turned out to be as disappointing as what happened on the field for the South Siders. On June 5, just before the Sox went on a run that would eventually take them to first place in the American League Central Division, Bebis went to have the White Sox logo surrounded by purple clovers tattooed on her thigh. One problem: the tattoo was applied backward, which mirrored what happened to her team after the All-Star break. Bebis, who underwent numerous laser removal sessions, is suing the tattoo shop and the artist for an amount not to exceed $50,000 for the cost of the laser removal, the cost of a cover-up tattoo, and money for the pain and suffering she endured from the laser treatments.
Attempts to call the tattoo parlor went unanswered, and a visit to the shop proved fruitless. According to the suit, the artist prepared a proof of the design, which was approved by Bebis, and the artist proceeded to ink the tattoo on Bebis' thigh. A few artists at Insight Studios in Ukrainian Village -- who asked that their names not be used -- were willing to shed some light on how something like this usually is avoided.
None of the artists at Insight confessed to ever making a similar mistake, though one artist claimed that he had one client who wanted a tattoo of his child's name.


The artists from Insight also said when inking letters, they're more concerned with the 'art' of the tattoo rather than the actual spelling of any words, so it's plausible that a transposed word could go unnoticed, unless the customer speaks up. Hacker claimed that he was less concerned with the spelling and completely focused on the intricate art of the old-English style font the customer had requested.
This can only mean that there will be numerous sightings of upside down Blackhawk logos and backwards "Go, Cubs, Go!" tattoos scattered across the Chicagoland area in the near future. I've given props in the past to a woman who tattooed the CTA's rail system map on her foot. With regard to extensions, this CBS story (I saw on chicago-l.org) indicates that there is no immediate need to get out the needles for the Orange and Yellow (and for reasons cited in the article, the Yellow, if not dead, is in the hospice). Somehow Carter got the word that the Claypool crying games are over, and maybe CTA should listen to the communities. They claimed that before using permanent ink, the artwork would be stenciled on the body and approved by the person receiving the tattoo. The tattoo actually gained so much notoriety that it became a fad for people to request the misspelled version.


I'm not sure the lady with the foot tattoo has room for a southern extension of the Red Line.
However, the next day he returned after his wife yelled at him because he had misspelled his child's name. However, after going through the appropriate steps, all which were approved by the customer, the word 'CHI-TONW' ended up being tattooed. It is unclear whether a non-permanent stencil was ever done on Bebis' thigh for her approval.



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