It's like digging up a time capsule in your backyard again, only this time it's with these tattoo straight out of the 90s!
It's a blast from the past with these 90s tattoos inspired by some of the most iconic stuff from the decade! Perhaps you'll see some of your favorite 90's things here!
Lisa Frank was pretty big with little girls in the 80s and 90s. It's like LSD-inspired rainbow madness just for kids. Kidding aside, what else can a pre-teen ask for from the wide range of products—from lunchboxes to stickers—adorned with endless unicorns ans sparkles, a riot of colours, and everything nice. Tattoo artist Alex Strangler really killed it on this one.
They say that the 90s was a wonderland for underground music when grunge uprising was strong and real tight. 90s kids, especially the teens had to have at least one band whom they believe that the 90s is about. That or you listened to the then-popular boybands of the last decade of the 1900s.
This is what being a “gamer” meant then. Not that the term “gamer” was such a relevant term in that decade. You just play and you'll be all too familiar with the struggle of cartridges.
There's more trippy stuff like this by David Cote here!
This guy was in your favorite commercial ever
Nobody did cartoon fright quite like the Mystery Machine gang! These were the first guys who showed us that some of the worst monsters are humans... (So deep.)
Admit it, you still watch TV reruns of this show some nights at home.
Did you catch them all? I'm still on it.
You really can't go wrong with the red mushroom or the mutant, blue hedgehog.
You know how it works—Barbies are always for girls. But you can't deny that Barbie is a part of most girls' childhood then.
This is for the kids who weren't allowed real pets.
Every boy wanted to be the Red Ranger and every girl wanted to be the Pink Ranger—sucks for the girl who was stuck with the Yellow one, who's actually pretty cool by the way.
Your first heartbreak.