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Food and Ink – Great Food Tattoos

Photo from foodandink.com / tattoo by Butterfat Tattoo - Chicago, IL

I’ve always been intrigued by food tattoos. (I mean, how much do you have to love something to have it permanently placed on your body?) I recently stumbled upon Food and Ink, a website that gives both equal billing. Editor In Chief Travis Mason snaps photos of great food and great food tattoos, and asks readers to submit their own for a great visual round-up. (There’s even some pretty cool merch.) Check out some of the best food-themed tattoos he’s come across. (Including an amazing full-on KitchenAid mixer!)

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  • KitchenAid Tattoo by Bennett Edwards at Trinity Tattoo in Virginia Beach, VA 1 of 12
    KitchenAid Tattoo by Bennett Edwards at Trinity Tattoo in Virginia Beach, VA
  • Butterfat Tattoo – Chicago, IL 2 of 12
    Butterfat Tattoo - Chicago, IL
  • Butterfat Tattoo – Chicago, IL 3 of 12
    Butterfat Tattoo - Chicago, IL
  • Helene Haskoor Burger tattoo 4 of 12
    Helene Haskoor Burger tattoo
  • Butterfat Tattoo – Chicago, IL 5 of 12
    Butterfat Tattoo - Chicago, IL
  • Butterfat Tattoo – Chicago, IL 6 of 12
    Butterfat Tattoo - Chicago, IL
  • Butterfat Tattoo – Chicago, IL 7 of 12
    Butterfat Tattoo - Chicago, IL
  • Butterfat Tattoo – Chicago, IL 8 of 12
    Butterfat Tattoo - Chicago, IL
  • Butterfat Tattoo – Chicago, IL 9 of 12
    Butterfat Tattoo - Chicago, IL
  • Butterfat Tattoo – Chicago, IL 10 of 12
    Butterfat Tattoo - Chicago, IL
  • Butterfat Tattoo – Chicago, IL 11 of 12
    Butterfat Tattoo - Chicago, IL
  • Butterfat Tattoo – Chicago, IL 12 of 12
    Butterfat Tattoo - Chicago, IL

All images courtesy of Food and Ink – thanks Travis! Check them out on Facebook or follow them on Twitter.

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