PIC: Check out Scarlett Johansson’s hideous new “lucky” tattoo!

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Scarlett Johansson has added to her growing number of tattoos!

The actress got a horseshoe tattoo on her ribcage, inscribed with “Lucky You”. This seriously looks like a prison tat.

Holding up up her grey T-shirt, the 27-year-old actress showed off her brand new accessory, which she opted for while in Paris, France, last week.

The Hitchcock actress commissioned French tattoist and graffiti artist Fuzi Uvtpk to create the inking for her after recently attending an exhibition of his work at Le Salon.

The blonde beauty has previously said her tattoos make her ‘happy’ but she prefers that the meanings behind them ‘remain private.’

Scarlett has most recently appeared in new movie Hitchcock, which centres on the relationship between Hitchcock and wife Alma Reville, played by actress Helen Mirren, during the making of the director’s iconic 1960 thriller, Psycho.

The movie sees Johansson fill the role of Janet Leigh, who was famously ‘killed’ in the shower scene for her Golden Globe-winning performance as Marion Crane.

Director Sacha Gervasi previously said: ‘The extent to which Scarlett was able to channel Janet [was] a real surprise. She brought it in such a way that no one really anticipated.’

Below, check out the new V Magazine cover, in which Scarlett poses as Janet Leigh, whom she plays in the upcoming movie ‘Hitchcock’. Also below are some more pictures of her tattoo….including a closeup (which doesn’t help).

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Wednesday, November 7th, 2012 at 7:07am
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November 7th, 2012 at 7:57 am

Did she let a 5-year old draw that tattoo?!! Yikes.

November 7th, 2012 at 9:37 am

Obviously she doesn’t watch Ink Master or Tattoo Nightmares on Spike. That thing is a mess! Uneven, not centered! Oye, Dave Navaro would be screaming!

November 8th, 2012 at 7:42 am

I like the “child looking” style, it’s fun.

November 10th, 2012 at 3:27 pm

Ahh… Tattoos. The Izod shirts of the current young generation. Nothing says “I’m a joiner who hops on a fad like a Kardashian on a Black guy” like a tattoo.

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July 1st, 2013 at 9:49 am

Randomly stumbled across this site.

You people are wildly misinformed.

If you have any knowledge about the craft and history of tattoo culture then you’ve forgotten it here. What you’ve said is similar to someone who knows nothing about fine art, it’sachievements and why a breakthrough would be considered as such, and then stumbles into a museum talking shit about modern art.

The condensed version is that this is most accurately based on the “traditional style” of tattooing, more likely th American traditional style. It’s appearance pays homage to the rich culture and history or an evolving art form that was underground and vilified by Eastern European societies (and some prior) for generations. The medium advanced it it’s own time and developed it’s own signfigant identifiers and style. If you google long enough and hard enough, you might actually begin to stumble across why to this wry day people continue to get beautiful tattoos like this which represent a tradition and a style that is specific to the medium.

I’m sure you all wanted bright colors, or maybe a silhouette of a flower turning into birds as the breeze blows it across her shoulder, or a little piece of text in a script fucking font or maybe times roman to fit in. Those are shit. Those are tattoos for people who aren’t lucky enough to know someone who understands the history. Someone who walks in and says I want this and the artist says ok here you go.

Traditional america and Japanese tattooing are two art forms that are well developed and beautiful even as they age.

You people are maniacs. You don’t have to be rich and famous to be cultured. Read a fucking book.

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July 1st, 2013 at 9:50 am

Typos= mobile








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