A geometric pattern of five dots, inked on his forearm.
Bright blue dots tattooed on his knuckles, youthful rebellion from his time as a policeman in colonial Burma.
JAMES K. POLK
America’s 11th president had a Chinese-character tattoo, translated as “eager”.
His family crest emblazoned across his chest.
A tomahawk inked on his inner thigh.
A small blue star near her elbow.
An anchor on his forearm.
A crescent moon and four dots on his hand, the trademark of the Smoki People.
CZAR NICHOLAS II
A colorful dragon on his right arm.
KING HAROLD II
His wife’s name, Edith, scrawled across his heart.