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These Pinball Tattoos All Deserve a High Score

These Pinball Tattoos All Deserve a High Score
Tattoo Ideas2 min Read

We scrape together our change and some rad pinball tattoos.

You ever get sick of the change in your pockets wearing you down? You know what the best use of that unnecessary weight you’re carrying around is? Well, last month I would have said dropping it out of the 6th floor windows of the Tattoodo offices, but since I’m not allowed to do that, I’m going to go ahead and say that it’s playing pinball. I’m a mid-level pinhead (which is what pinball enthusiasts call each other, unfortunately), but there are some hardcore pinball lovers out there —and some hardcore pinball tattoos.

Back piece by Annabelle Zakaluk (via IG -- pinballink) #pinball #pinballtattoo #AnnabelleZakaluk
Elvira pinball tattoo (via IG -- pinballink) #pinball #pinballtattoo #elvira
These balls are on fire (via IG -- pinballink) #pinball #pinballtattoo
We'd shoot again any day, if you know what we mean (via IG -- pinballink) #pinball #pinballtattoo

During World War II, the pinball companies used their resources to produce machinery for the war effort. Post World War II, pinball enjoyed another golden age of popularity and evolution – including mechanisms for detecting tilt, the fan-favorite multiball, and the the addition of replays for high scores.

Sick Medieval Madness tattoo (via IG -- pinballink) #pinball #pinballtattoo (via IG -- pinballink) #pinball #pinballtattoo #medievalmadness
Pinball back piece by Jesus Cuesta (via IG -- pinballink) #pinball #pinballtattoo #jesuscuesta
Pinball wizard flippers (via IG -- pinballink) #pinball #pinballtattoo
Pinball piece by Dasha Kuznetsova (via IG -- pinballink) #pinball #pinballtattoo #Dasha Kuznetsova

Don’t these cool pinball tattoos just make you want to grab all those quarters you’ve been saving for laundry and run down to the arcade for endless minutes of fun? Me too, but in NYC a game of pinball costs a buck, so I usually only play on the days I donate plasma.

Servo Jefferson
Written byServo Jefferson

servo is a writer based in the tri-state area, though he is unsure what the third state actually is. when not writing about tattoos, servo runs a small record label, goes on countless tours and adventures, and enjoys putting together Japanese model kits of robots. the texture of Styrofoam makes him want to vomit.