Dressing up in a spooky way doesn’t cut it these days. Getting spooky all over your skin is a bit more aligned with this day and age, which means putting a tattoo (or several) on, with as many pumpkins, ghouls, witches, skeletons and creepy houses as possible.
Trick and treating has never looked more creepy. Hands? Bones?
Maybe it’s just food poisoning and not an underwater zombie epidemic.
Cute and spooky, all at once.
Pumpkins don’t get much angrier than that.
There’s a very good chance that this tattoo and the next one came from the same artist; except for the number of pumpkins, they’re almost identical.
Even though Halloween is a spooky holiday, there’s no reason that ghouls, witches and skeletons shouldn’t be happy.
I’m not sure how this one makes any sense, but it’s hard to deny how cool it is.