Frank Turner’s Tattoos

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Francis Edward Turner¬†(better¬†known as Frank)¬†is an English folk singer¬†and songwriter from¬†Meonstoke¬†(a¬†small¬†village in Hampshire).¬†Frank¬†has released six¬†studio¬†albums,¬†among which¬†‚ÄúEngland Keep My Bones‚ÄĚ, ‚ÄúTape Deck Heart‚ÄĚ and ‚ÄúPositive Songs for Negative People‚Ä̬†can be found.¬†¬†Before we start with his tattoos,¬†it is worth mentioning¬†that¬†Frank Turner also wrote a song about Tattoos. Just check¬†it¬†on¬†the¬†YouTube:¬†

Frank Turner has a¬†big¬†number of interesting tattoos. The biggest one you will find on his back: it teaches us¬†that ‚ÄúEverything is not enough‚ÄĚ and ‚ÄúNothing is too much to bear‚ÄĚ.¬†Both texts¬†are inked¬†across¬†the tattooed¬†bull skull¬†located in the¬†octagram.

Another slogan¬†‚Äď ‚ÄúFREEBORN‚ÄĚ ‚Äď appears on his fists.¬†

Another couple¬†of¬†tattoos¬†‚Äst‚ÄúUKHC‚ÄĚ and ‚ÄúWEMBLEY‚Ä̬†‚Ästare inked¬†below the picture of a cock and¬†the¬†rising sun¬†on his left shoulder. UKCH stands for¬†United¬†Kingdom¬†Hardcore¬†Scene¬†and it was his first tattoo.¬†The tattoo¬†“Wembley, 13.04.12 and¬†19.06.10”¬†was¬†done,¬†when he supported Green Day¬†in¬†Wembley.¬†

There is no empty place on his forearms and arms: a mix of different symbols can be found there.

And here are the words “Ars Longa Vita Brevis” tattooed on his chest.

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