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# Fractal tattoos

By Murray Bourne, 28 Jan 2006

How cool is this? Mathematical tattoos.

For the mathematics behind this, see fractals.

I might get one of these on my left nipple.

Juz kidding...

### 4 Comments on “Fractal tattoos”

1. josh perry says:

im looking 4 a fractal tatoo artist willing to do work on my canvas.skin that is free canvas to get there name out....I live in missouri

2. Jo Shaw says:

I'm seeking a Tattoo Artist's, ((possible nightmare)) of a feat... A Fractal. If not is there any technology capable of rendering a Fractal Tattoo?

3. Murray says:

Hi Jo. I don't know of any technology that will produce the tattoo. But if you need one for just the fractal, this works nicely: http://www.fractalsciencekit.com/

4. sharene says:

i also would want to get a fractal tattoo. but i dunno how to know what's best for me

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