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Post Malone is a man of his word. In 2016, interview with GQ, he said that he wanted a tattoo on his face, that too a sword. Now it’s 2020, Post Malone got inked a Sword Face tattoo! Manly Move! Read the whole article to check out Post Malone Tattoos!
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He said, “Swords are fucking awesome and I’ve been into them since I was a little kid”, he said in his Tattoo Tour series. He also said, “I feel like the face tattoos make me interesting to look at”.
Look here at Post Malone’s interview with GQ.
Since the time he got famous, I think I only remember him covered in tattoos, but he has more face tattoo than ever before. He treated his body like his own personal canvas, however, inked images on his face, doesn’t have much to do with trends and cool aesthetics. As he revealed in an interview, he is very self-conscious about his looks.
“I’m an ugly-ass mother*cker,” he told to GQ cover story. He said,” [The face tattoos do] maybe come from a place of insecurity, to where I don’t like how I look, so I’m going to put something cool on there so I can look at myself and say, ‘You look cool, kid,’ and have a modicum of self-confidence, when it comes to my appearance.”
Despite nowadays, tattoos are getting more and more common and accepted, getting inked on the face is still a taboo, although even this is also changing rapidly by musicians such as Post Malone and Justin Bieber.
Post Malone tattoos are sick, he started to get an affection for tattoos, when he met Justin Bieber. Bieber set the tattoo blaze alight in Malone by telling him that tattoos don’t hurt much. Since then, Post Malone tattoos has increased to 60+.
How many tattoos does Post Malone have?
He has around 65 tattoos!
With well over 60+ tattoos – from classic skull tattoo through to circles and depicting many of his favourite artist and homage to civilization such as Ancient Tome and Egypt, he is in the middle of a full-blown ink explosion.
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Latest Work: bloody Buzzsaw Blade Tattoo
It has now become tough to keep up with Post Malone tattoos spree. Whether you are fan or not, it takes guts to get a bloody buzzsaw blade tattoo. It was tagged by tattoo artist Ruben Reza, who’s done more than one interesting piece for the rapper.
Medieval Gauntlet and Morningstar
Face tattoos are not common and onto a celebrity it’s a rare, thing, even among the celebrity rapper. Though recently Chris Brown got an air Jordan face tattoo, check out the worst tattoos of all time.
This medieval gauntlet and Morningstar are certainly very eye catching. It leaves other tattoos pale in comparison. The Morningstar – a wicked spiked mace swung by a knight on horseback in battle kinda like his sing circle, whereas the gauntlet shoots down the right side of his face. This is a very bold piece, with traditional styling featuring heavy use of black ink and done by artist Kyle Hediger.
The Many Post Malone tattoos Face
History have showed us that tattoos were restricted to the world of sailors, bikers and convicts getting tattoos in prison. Anyone sported ink was spotted and pat of the fringes of society. A lot has changed, celebrities and famous entertainers like Malone and many other rappers are central to current explosion in visible ink expression.
Its rarity, that you find someone who has a forehead or face tattoo, many artists wouldn’t even apply ink to someone’s face unless they already have some beforehand. While he already have enough body artwork, that his face tattoos favour his most dramatic work.
Even people with multiple tattoos, even they shudder at the thought of getting a face tattoo, even the heavy tattoo rage generation of 1990s and early 2000s. for an artist like him, it’s just a personal way to come out of his insecurity.
Waves are kind off coming out of his hairline on the left side of his face, black ink variation on wave designs are commonly found in traditional Japanese irezumi tattoos. He got this one in Tokyo.
Located just below his right eye, a smiley face with “X” eyes and according to man himself, he does this to annoy his mother.
Below the smiley face there is a tiny playboy bunny. While the connotations of Hugh Hefner’s unmistakable logo are fairly obvious.
Barbed Wire at the top of his forehead, Malone has a section were black barbed wires are inked. While many said they were reason for Malone’s mental health issues, but he never confirmed them.
He also has barbed wires running across each hand above the knuckles and there’s another barbed wire tattoo on his left arm.
Bovine Skull Tattoo
Malone has got himself few skull tattoos stashed across his body but his most visible is the black and grey one on his throat that features skull of a bovine.
In the below centre of each eye, he has “Always Tired”, in cursive script. Malone has explained this as, “I tried to do something that’s relatively the same length of letters. But I guess ‘always’ is more letters than ‘tired’…but I was tired, so I didn’t realize.”
Another piece which also has same cursive typeface as other script on the right side, just above the hair of right eyebrow. He also got this piece “to piss off my mom”. Also said they are his song lyrics…
Post has a very realistic black and grey portrait of 35th president of the US. Inked on his left hand, near the thumb, Malone has said that he felt that JFK was someone he felt people should “model their Americanism” after. Made by artist Victor Modafferi of Bullseye Tattoo in New York.
Johnny Cash Bicep Piece
This Jonny Cash Bicep Piece is a very realistic tat.
Lil’ Peep Portrait
Lil Peep died in 2017, and after his sudden death, Malone got the portrait as a memorial to the musician. Malone said about his friend, “Peep died much too soon and never got the chance to fully influence the music industry”. Malone used this piece to honour the late musician.
Malone has portraits of seven of his favourite artists — Elvis Presley, Kurt Kobain, Dimebag Darrel, John Lennon, Stevie Ray Vaughan, George Harrison, and Bankroll Fresh — on seven of his fingers as inspiration.
Without them, he “wouldn’t be making music right now,” Malone told GQ.
Soldier and Knight Tattoos Right Forearm
On his right forearm Malone, has an ink of World War 1 era soldier below the elbow join. Below that is a fully armoured medieval knight in battle, stabbing at enemy with long spear. The tattoo represents courage.
Blackjack cards on the right side of his forehead.
A massive skull tattoo on the right side of his head.
Japanese “etchings” on the left side of his face
Malone had this one done by a tattoo artist in Tokyp known as Ganji.
Barbed wire on his forehead
- A skull with devil horns and the number 77 over it on the left side of his face
- A Medusa looking woman on the left side of his head
- A giant spider on the left side of his head
- A castle on the back of his head
- Portraits across seven of his fingers
- Grizzly bear head on his right hand
- Minuteman tattoo on his right forearm
- An unidentified symbol with the letters “s” and “f” on his hand
- A tiny eagle on his left hand
- “Rest easy” spread across his fingers
- Saint Jude and his inner demon on his left hand
- A knight fighting in a battle on his right hand
- Cartier Love bangle screw on his finger
- Arm tattoos
- An M16 encircled by a Gadsden snake
- A Gadsden ‘don’t tread on me” rattlesnake on his left arm
- This tattoo has to do with the second amendment, i.e., the right to bear arms.
- A samurai skull on his right inner forearm
- A large sword on the inside of his left underarm
Cigarette with a skeleton face in the smoke with the caption smoke sum on his right thigh.
- A skull with police riot gear and a baton with the caption underneath “to serve & protect” on his left thigh
- Fallout Vault Boy tattoo on his left leg
- A skull wearing a headdress on the bottom front of his right leg
- A tattoo Kagome Higurashi from the Japanese manga series “Inuyasha” on his left leg
- Black eagle tattoo on the left side of his neck
- White eagle tattoo on the right side of his neck
- The name of his 2016 album “Stoney” under his chin
- Bison skull tattoo on his throat
- The outline of New York state and Texas state behind both ears on his neck
- A pair of dice with an eye on the left one on his right shoulder
- Dallas Cowboys helmet under his left collarbone on his chest
- Dagger through his collar bone
Cold War slogan “kill a commie for mommy” on his stomach
“Come and take them” in Greek across his stomach
St. Jude Tattoo
Another black and grey piece, Malone has a St. Jude tattooed on his left forearm, facing forward. While there is no significance stated, St. Jude is patron saint of lost causes, which most likely inform Malone’s choice for this specific tattoo.
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