From stencil to outline to finished product.

New Tattoo – Some Montblanc 149’s and a bottle of Sheaffer Peacock Blue

So after some deliberation, I decided it was time for a fountain pen tattoo. I wanted a subtle homage in there for my uncle, who passed away suddenly last January. I was fortunate enough to inherit his fountain pen collection. The two things that stood out the most were his Montblanc 149 and a vintage bottle of Sheaffer Peacock Blue. The Montblanc 149 is pretty much as classic as they come and the Sheaffer ink is the perfect turquoise. The combination can be seen in the header image, with some ink splatter on the nib. This is definitely one of my favorite pieces.

It was done by Adam Perjatel at South Shore Tattoo in Amityville (yes the one with the Horror House), NY.

Some crossed MB149s and a bottle of Sheaffer Peacock Blue - an homage to my uncle. Done by Adam Perjatel at South Shore Tattoo, Long Island, NY
Some crossed MB149s and a bottle of Sheaffer Peacock Blue – an homage to my uncle. Done by Adam Perjatel at South Shore Tattoo, Long Island, NY
From stencil to outline to finished product.
From stencil to outline to finished product.

9 thoughts on “New Tattoo – Some Montblanc 149’s and a bottle of Sheaffer Peacock Blue”

    1. I was tempted to see if I could get tattooed with actual pen ink, but upon thinking about it for a good 10 seconds, I realized I would rather not have my leg fall off or something.

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