Tattoos are little or big works of art on one's body. Whether influenced by a loved one, pulled from a favorite song, or something entirely out-of-the-box, they can literally be of anything — and that can be a lot of pressure. Since these masterful pieces are permanent, you'll want to go in with some sort of plan before letting anyone with a needle full of ink near you. And honestly, there's no better place to get the best ink inspiration than from some of our favorite celebrities.
Robert Mapplethorpe - Wikipedia
Mario Armando Lavandeira Jr. His blog is known for posts covering gossip items about celebrities. Hilton is also known for posting tabloid photos over which he has added his own captions or "doodles". His blog has garnered controversy for its attitude, its former practice of outing alleged closeted celebrities, and its role in the increasing coverage of celebrities in all forms of media. In addition to his blogging, Hilton has written four books, hosts a podcast with Chris Booker , runs two YouTube channels, and has acted in two off-Broadway shows. In , he was dubbed "the original celebrity social media influencer" by BroadwayWorld. Hilton was born in Miami, Florida , to Cuban parents.
His work featured an array of subjects, including celebrity portraits, male and female nudes , self-portraits, and still-life images. A exhibition of Mapplethorpe's work, titled Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Moment , sparked a debate in the United States concerning both use of public funds for "obscene" artwork and the Constitutional limits of free speech in the United States. He had three brothers and two sisters. Mapplethorpe took his first photographs in the late s or early s using a Polaroid camera.
Attorneys for a former Army physician serving life sentences for the murders of his pregnant wife and two young children at a North Carolina base say he should be released. This statue was designed prior to Ginsburg's death and had her endorsement. Shows Good Morning America.