JTPednaud's recent post on Neatorama about "Zombie," a young Montreal gentleman with radical full-face skull tattoo, and the comments in that post reminds me of INKED Inc., a project by (tattooed) photographer and corporate lawyer Dave Kimelberg.
Dave wanted to show how "the once-derided tattoo is quickly gaining popularity within corporate and professional America, a stronghold of conventionality."
The photo above is of Dr. Dave, a medical doctor with private general medicine practice in New York City:
Many of Dr. Dave's tattoos have a medical theme. A caduceus, the symbol of medicine, sits on his right arm - although a woman replaces the traditional staff. The letters "MD" are tattoed on his back, while a skull with a red medical cross (the symbol of Dr. Dave's motorcycle club of health professionals) decorates his left shoulder.
This doctor does have full sleeves.
Porfolio [Flash] | Link to INKED Inc.'s website