King Kong

by on Oct.11, 2009, under Movies & TV & Video, News, Tattoos-Body Art

by Tattoosue on October 11, 2009

apeI just read about a bit of movie memorabilia was going up for auction. It’s the miniature metal skeleton that was used in the 1933 movie. It was only used for one scene – the one where Kong climbs the Empire State Building. The 1933 movie, King Kong, used groundbreaking special effects for that time.  So the Kong story leads me into a related subject – for a good cause. This tattoo is done by a good friend, Lisa Fasulo. They are supporters of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International.She has a program titled the Endangered Ink Project which has raised over $8000 for Gorilla Fund International.  Visit Lisa’s site to read more about it.  Learn how you can help protect this intelligent and unique creature.

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