Alex O’Loughlin’s Tattoos Continues – Let’s decorate “dat ass”

In the movie FEED we get the only real view of this beautiful behind. But that was made a long time ago. Now we know that there are a lot more ink either on or surrounding this bum and hips! 😀

FEED – 2004

In April 2011 we saw the first glimpses of what was added to the old tattoo.

Jogging in Hawaii – April 2011

Notice in some areas, the lines of the old tattoo are still visible.

From photo’s of the GQ magazine photo shoot we saw more of what the sides of the tattoo looks like.

Photo shoot GQ – October 2011

Here we can see the colours better and also what the sides looks like while he is lying down.

Photo shoot GQ – October 2011

And in May 2012 we got the wrap-around view while standing up.

May 2012

The latest addition to the glimpses we have available is from this BTS photo taken in August 2012.

August 2012

Some people believe this is a separate tattoo, but I believe it to be just an extension of the rest of the back/butt tattoo.

We want you to let your imagination run wild and fill it what you think we have not seen yet. You can use any artistic method you have available to either illustrate to us what you think it looks like or what you wish it would look like.

You can send your artwork to:

You are welcome to send in as many entries as you like. Please mark you entry with the name you would like us to use with your work, when we post it on our site, as well as whether it is what you think the tattoo looks like now or whether it is just what your fantasies would like it to look like.

Depending on the number of entries we receive, we would like to choose a winner in both the fantasy or actual suggestions categories. Entries will close on Monday 12 November 2012. And remember the sooner you send in your entry, the more time it has to grow on us!



Filed under Alex O´Loughlin, Contests

18 responses to “Alex O’Loughlin’s Tattoos Continues – Let’s decorate “dat ass”

  1. LaHagela (The Tinkler)

    The prize for this should be a peek at the actual tattoo….just saying.


  2. I am hoping for a lot of entries for the butt painting 😉 Who can resist doodleing on those round Feed buns? Then again I can understand some of you would rather leave them as a clean canvas…but DON`T! I think maybe having my bite mark tattooed on him with a kiss added 😀


  3. No idea how draw a tat, but sure love the pictorial journey.


  4. Mmmm what I wouldn’t do to have an in-depth look at that at close range! *sigh* Have emailed you my version! 😀 ♥


    • FOYeur

      Thanks for the entry Caroline!
      Think we all want to do that in-depth study thing… 😀
      That’s why we decided that the next best thing to do, was to see what everybody thinks it looks like or want it to look like.


  5. Not an artist but complete the conterbalance of the vassel front top manscape area. Have a fan inspect the final tats after completion.


  6. FOYeur

    Hi E Young my English is not to good. Please explain your first sentence to me. It sounds interesting and I would love to know what you are saying.
    And if a fan have actually inspected that tat after completion and have not shared the knowledge with all of us, they are not very nice with the rest of us…..justsaying
    If there is any such person/fan and they can draw…..PLEASE, PLEASE enter the competition and show us!!


  7. AnnieOakley

    I’m sorry, did you say something? I’m still stuck on that first photo….


  8. any extension, is better than to keep the mere arse antler from good old Feed time…

    FOYeur what language do you speak, maybe I can help…


    • FOYeur

      Thanks Natvalcas, It s not that my English is not good, I just can’t understand what EYoung means….if it can be explained in plain English, I will be fine. 😀


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  10. His back tattoo is obviously a cover up job, and it’s definitely a Polynesian design, or at least an adaptation of one. I can’t see it properly but it looks like the design might also include a snake or snakes in it, that along with the water design element I think might be a tribute to his new home of Hawaii, and his love of the ocean/water. The other lines and arrows and twists that form part of the design, especially around the border, may also have significant meaning, but I’d have to look up some stuff on traditional Polynesian Tribal design to know what they are. In traditional Polynesian tattooing you don’t actually choose the design yourself, you tell the tattooist about yourself as a person, & your life, and they choose the design for you. Whether this is true in Alex’s case or not would depend on whether or not he had this tattoo done in the traditional style (the ink is hammered into the skin by hand using a needle hand tool and stick – the tapping sound it makes became known as ‘tatau’, believed to be the origin of the word ‘tattoo’), or if he went to a local tattoo artist and chose something himself that was Polynesian influenced in design.


    • And geez, all I have so far is a Celtic pentagram tattooed on my chest. I need to save up some money so I can play catch up, and get more ink 😉


      • I once was told in Sydney at Sleevemasters, that traditional polynesian tattoos where never coloured. But that was back in the 1980s…


        • Traditional, yes, but modern day designs, with the influence of western culture, may have colour in them. Strictly speaking that does mean they are not ‘traditional’ Polynesian tattoos, but rather a Polynesian inspired design or ‘traditional inspired’ Polynesian tattoos. So yes, traditional, in the truest/strictest sense of the word, Polynesian tattoos are always done with black ink, no colour.


          • And yeah, sorry I should have said it’s doubtful he would have gone to a traditional Polynesian tattooist, and had the tatt done in the traditional hand tapped (not sure of the correct terminology) style, simply because the tatt does contain colour.


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