A True Pokemon Fan

by on Feb.08, 2011, under Art, Fashion, Movies & TV & Video

by Tattoosue on February 8, 2011

Alex Finch is a true fan of Pokemon and he’s proving it with his recent addition of 6 sub-dermal implants and tattoo work.  The balls create a cool 3D effect.  Finch has been a fan of the video game since he was in 3rd or 4th grade.

The six balls are a reference to the number of Poke Balls from the original video games.  He’s not going to stop there.  His intention is to get more implants and tattoos of cartoon, video game, and anime icons. At least that’s what he’s says now.  I’m assuming he’s at least eighteen and it’s a cool Pokeman Fan with Implantsidea but you just have to wonder how safe it is to get metal placed under your skin.  For some reason putting ink under the skin seems natural but metal just seems potentially dangerous.

Maybe I’m getting too old to warm to the idea. I imagine they would get cold in the winter.  Then there’s the hassle of metal detectors. Sleeping on them could be uncomfortable.  If you change your mind, you have to surgically remove them which I imagine may leave some scarring and hurt like a bitch. And then – would the skin be abnormally stretched out once you remove them?  I guess you could say I’m not sold on them – yet.

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FrankyV February 15, 2011 at 3:44 pm

Nikko Hurtado is the man. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQUb1BbyKbU

Tattoo Road Trip March 23, 2011 at 2:08 am

Yeah having these foreign objects under the skin would just be downright annoying. I hate when I lean on a counter or desk and there is even a crumb under my elbow from this mornings breakfast toast. Yeah, it gets “under my skin” thats for sure!

Eric July 23, 2011 at 10:30 pm

its not metal under his skin, its silicone. the skin shouldnt have any reaction to the silicone if placed properly during implant procedure.

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