If you've ever wondered what your favorite Disney princesses would look like with tattoo sleeves, Timothy John Shumate's illustrations totally answer your question. The illustrations themselves would make incredibly beautiful tattoos; the colors and artwork scream skin permanence.
Timothy John Shumate is a Chicago-based illustrator who specializes in depictions of wide-eyed females. It's remarkable to see Jasmine with a full tiger back piece and Ariel with stereotypical anchors on her shoulders. I'm also partial to Snow White's sparrow tattoos as it's a popular design amongst youth.
Implications - The popularity of tattoos have permeated mainstream culture and are no longer exclusively affiliated with their humble sub-culture beginnings. As the popularity of tattoo imagery is at an all-time high, corporations may consider utilizing it in advertising campaigns to garner consumer attention.
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