Sacred Chao Tattoo 206 Elm St. Valparaiso,Indiana 219-531-2020
Travis Litke - email
Day Of The Dead Girl /Sugar Skull Girl
Made popular by the artist Sylvia Ji the Sugar skull facepaint tattoo was born. Rather than directly rip off the style of Sylvia, Travis Litke takes the concept to a different level with his Day of the Dead girl tattoo. No roses or vines. Instead Travis replaces the more traditional representation with stars and spiderwebs giving the piece a darker twist.
Following suit after a rather famous tattoo artist Nikko Hurtado, Travis figured he would give the style a try. Pictured here is the first Day of the Dead girl tattoo Travis has ever done. Shortly hereafter a trend in the tattoo collector world was born. Now theyre just about everywhere.
Travis is especially proud to have been a bit ahead of the curve with this tattoo trend, but is dissapointed in other tattoo artists for directly attempting to copy his original design. This particular tattoo is by far the most stolen tattoo in all of Travis' portfolio. To the point of being confused with tattoo flash, Travis has recieved many emails from individuals that have caught rip off artists red handed. Generally posted on facebook and other social networks Travis makes a point to turn the "biter" into a social pariah by sharing the link on his facebook fan page and letting the general public loose on the thief.
The most interesting fact about this tattoo, is that it is rumored that it no longer exists! The wearer was hacked up by a scratcher who attempted to turn it into a medusa tattoo, but instead just butchered it into an unrecognizable pile of poop tattoo.
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