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Extreme Tattoos: His Entire Body Is A Work Of Art

Rick Genest Zombie Boy Tattoos
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Having a lot of tattoos is one thing, but having over 80% of your body covered in tattoos and then becoming a model for GQ magazine is on a whole other level. I can see why famous photographers (and twin sisters) Aline and Jacqueline Tappia wanted to shoot Rick Genest for this month’s issue of GQ Italia Magazine. There is something very creative and mysterious about the way he’s chosen to turn his entire body into a work of art.

Rick Genest spent thousands of dollars and three years having his body tattooed to look like a decaying corpse and horror. He is known in Montreal as “Zombie Boy.” It was interesting to me when I read how the clothes he’s wearing in these photographs were carefully picked out to show his versatility because when I look at these pictures, I barely even notice the clothes.

I think if I were to see Rick walking down the street, I might be wigged out a little bit. However, when I look at him in these pictures, he really does seem to be a work of art. I read that people who tattoo their faces are more likely to commit suicide. I wonder if that’s true. Hmm…

Whole Body Work Of Art

Whole Body Work Of Art

Whole Body Work Of Art

Whole Body Work Of Art

Whole Body Work Of Art

Whole Body Work Of Art

Whole Body Work Of Art

Whole Body Work Of Art

Via: [Hype Beast] [Arrested Motion]

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