It's Always A Rock Show With These Blink 182 Tattoos
Let's live like Jack and Sally with these Blink 182 tattoos! Crappy punk rock since 1992, baby!
It's been a climactic year for the pop-punk band, Blink-182. First, they got us all hyped for announcing that a new studio album is in the works and they'll be playing at the annual MUSINK Tattoo Convention early this year. But following the good news was the shocking revelation of the conflict the band had with vocalist Tom Delonge that have been going down since reuniting in 2009. Long story short, both Travis Barker and Mark Hoppus no longer wanted to deal with Delonge and his issues which are hindering the band from moving forward so they had him out of the band.
Fans didn't see that one coming. Everybody was afraid the band will break up once again but Blink-182 seemed to be eager to release new music more than ever with Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio replacing Tom Delonge. Fans had varied feelings about this but the rest of us here are just glad that they'll be making more music—trademark “crappy punk rock since 1992,” baby!
The classic and most recognized Blink-182 logo from their self-titled studio album in 2003.
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Take it up a notch with the matching turquoise and hot pink colors!
The “V” in the tattoo above is actually the logo of Angels and Airwaves, the band Tom Delonge started following Blink 182's break ups and hiatuses.
Many contemporary pop-bands list Blink-182 as one of their biggest influences in music. Above is the Blink-182 tattoo of acoustic/pop-punk duo This Wild Life's Anthony Del Grosso.
Blink-182 knuckle tattoo of A Day to Remember's Neil Westfall.
The Happy Tree Friends-esque Blink-182 mascot!
Take off your pants and jack on these:
Many will recognize this foxy-looking nurse from Blink-182's groundbreaking record, Enema of State.
Blink-182 couple tattoos, for the win!
Ever had a band you love so much that you're willing to get a tattoo for them?