This is a series of ads designed by the Barcelona-based Grey Agency for Pilot's Extra-Fine tipped pens. In case you can't see straight because you drank from the cup clearly marked 'GW's Happy Juice', they all feature LEGO minifigs all tatted up. Unfortunately, it's entirely fake. Speaking from experience (I once had my name written on a grain of rice at the mall), there's no way a Pilot Extra-Fine pen is capable of that delicate a stroke. No, I suspect these are actually maxifigs made to look like minifigs. You ain't foolin' me! You hear me, chick I bought drinks for all night that I caught adjusting her penis? Scratching at crabs my ass, that was a wiener!
Hit the jumap for five more, including a pretty sweet looking tramp-stamp.
Strange But True: Tattooed LEGOS [flavorwire]
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