NAPSA is a Tattoo Group That Gives Skin Art Life After Death

By: Charlotte Joyce Kidd - Sep 17, 2015
References: savemyink & refinery29
NAPSA -- the National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art -- is a nonprofit tattoo group which works to preserve the skin art of the deceased.

For an initial membership fee of $115 -- a $60 annual fee an a $100 additional charge for tattoos above the included first piece -- the American tattoo group will ensure the survival of any work of skin art. Tattoo owners indicate a beneficiary for their tattoo or can will it to NAPSA's own ever-expanding collection of preserved skin art. Upon receiving the tattoo, beneficiaries also receive whatever portion of their loved one's membership dues were not put toward the tattoo reclamation process.

For those who are very attached to their body art and want to see it live on after this life, the NAPSA tattoo group facilitates the eternal existence of cherished skin art.