What's fascinating about approaching two inked people talking on a subway platform and asking them if either would like to share a tattoo, is that you never know what you'll get (if anything).
On Saturday, May 23, I found myself in such a situation, and Alex, one of the two people chatting on the 59th Street subway platform in Brooklyn, offered up this, one of his sixteen (16) tattoos:
This piece, which covers the front of Alex's right shin, is a representation of an East Indian tribal mask.
The tattoo was done by David at Dragonfly Studio & Gallery in West Reading, Pennsylvania.
Thanks to Alex for sharing this cool mask with us here on Tattoosday!