Thursday, August 27, 2009

Merci Celebrates Female Empowerment with a Classic Image

I spotted Merci in Penn Station with this familiar icon on her calf:

The tattoo is based on this famous poster from World War II:

This image is identified with the character of Rosie the Riveter, and was introduced by Westinghouse to rally the home fires in support of the troops abroad. The image has transformed, through time, to take on a greater meaning, that of female empowerment.

This tattoo, one of three that Merci has, was created by Chris Dilworth at Tough Luck Tattoo in Lewes, Delaware.

Thanks to Merci for sharing her amazing tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!

1 comment:

Unknown said...

this is a very nice tattoo, i am doing a small research on the newer kinds of tattoo nowadays and need
to find tattoo designs of different nature that is designs, colors, size, theme etc
this one has really impressed me alot

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