Dwayne Johnson’s Shoulder Tattoo

Dwayne Johnson has a pretty impressive shoulder tattoo. Its in the style of the Polynesian design and looks great! Picking the right shoulder tattoo is important because the shoulders have a lot of area to cover. Not all tattoos would look good on the shoulder because some wouldn’t fit well. Usually big and intricate designs go in larger areas of the body because a tattoo with a lot of details needs a lot of space. Its nearly impossible to have a very detailed tattoo in a small area such as on the hand or foot, or the inner arm.

Dwayne Johnson has starred in many movies such as:

  • The Scorpion King (2002)
  • The Rundown (2003)
  • Walking Tall (2004)
  • Be Cool (2005)
  • Gridiron Gang (2006)
  • Get Smart (2008)
  • Planet 51 (2009) (voice) …. Captain Charles T. Baker
  • Tooth Fairy (2010/I)
  • The Other Guys (2010)

And many other movies with a few more in development for release in 2011. With his masculine build and strong arms his shoulder tattoo is hard to miss. If you watch most of his newer movies you will see his tattoo displayed, while other movies tend to hide it with costumes.

I personally am a fan of Dwayne Johnson and enjoy his movies, even if he has the same character.. the big buff guy who doesn’t take crap from anyone.

If you are in the market for a shoulder tattoo, be sure to research the best design first. Larger tattoos such as Tribal designs, Polynesian designs and Celtic designs work great on the shoulders because of the room for details.

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One Response to Dwayne Johnson’s Shoulder Tattoo

  1. Russell Brooke says:

    I am in the market to have Polynesian sleeve, shoulder to chest tatto have you got any good designs that i could look at
    Regards russ

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