Artist Cheyenne Randall uses the magic of photo manipulation to morph celebrities and icons with strait-laced public personas into tatted-up badasses with some serious street-cred in the Tumblr project Shopped Tattoos

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If Kate Middleton (and Other Unlikely Celebrities) Had Tattoos

If you’ve ever wondered what the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would look like if they were more “Sons of Anarchy” than royalty, then look no further. Artist Cheyenne Randall uses the magic of photo manipulation to morph celebrities and icons with strait-laced public personas into tatted-up badasses with some serious street-cred in the Tumblr project Shopped Tattoos. Check out some of the last people you thought you’d see — past and present presidents, television and movie characters, pop stars, and superheroes — with permanent ink plastered all over their skin. It’s all pretend, of course (or is it?). — Lauren Tuck, Shine Staff

 

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Photo: shoppedtattoos.tumblr.com
If Kate Middleton and Prince William were the rulers of hipsterville (and, possibly, members of the Illuminati), this is how they would look. Maybe William could get away with those glasses in real life, but the neck tattoo would be a hard sell to the queen.

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President Barack Obama
Photo: shoppedtattoos.tumblr.com
Now we know what President Obama has been hiding under his suits all these years.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger
Photo: shoppedtattoos.tumblr.com
Here is that photo of Schwarzenegger with a face tattoo you didn’t ask for. You’re very welcome.

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