Talented

From Couture Jewelry to Inked Ads

By: Holger Mohr - Published: Nov 30, 2008   Updated: Jul 13 2011
From the tattoovertising promo poster of Angelina Jolie in "Wanted" to tattoo-inspired baby clothes and temporary tattoos on the catwalk, our collective tattoo obsession has bled over into a number of different areas of popular culture.

Tattoos are no longer merely featured on skin. There are tattooed cars, gadgets, walls, and dishes. The Ed Hardy clothing line's popularity has reached critical mass, and tattoo-inspired streetwear can be seen around the world.

Implications - Customers love the edgy and risque feelings associated with tattoos, and although they may not want ink on their skin, they're more than willing to sport it on their clothing or products. Ink up with these terrific tat innovations.