: From DNA to 80 digits (and counting) of pi, Wired.com readers take their geek tattoos pretty seriously.
We asked you to flash your decorated flesh
, and you obliged with pictures of some pretty wild skin art. Now it's time for the rest of the world to bask in your dermatological commitment to geekery.
Click through the gallery to see more ink inspired by science, computers and other geek obsessions.
Submitted by Shahar
"Comes to show it's that easy to reboot and start over.”
: The Other Half of Rock
Submitted by Aaron Sarazan
"My brother and I got matching tattoos. He has a Guitar, with binary that says 'Rock' -- I've got a D20 with 'Roll.'”
: Extra-Large DNA
Submitted by Brandon
"Seven years I've been working on this. Phase 1 is complete."
: Geek 4 Life
Submitted by Christopher Holmok
"I am a GEEK 4 LIFE, SUCKA!!!"
: Pi Tattoo
Submitted by Drew
"Since tattoos were illegal in Oklahoma until only a couple of years ago, my friends and I made a tradition out of annual road trips for tattoos. Every time I can't think of something new, I add some more digits to pi. It's up to 80 digits."
: No More Hunting for Tape Measures
Submitted by Dave Selden
"As a woodworker-graphic designer, I use a tape measure or ruler almost every day. Now I have one always within arm's reach. I use it for my work, but also my play. I measured some trout for length with it on a fishing trip to Mount Hood this weekend."
Submitted by Ben Casey
"I always wanted a musical tattoo, and the audio-out icon on my 266-Mhz G3 seemed more appropriate than a G clef.”
: Bassoon Keywork on My Leg
Submitted by Matthew S.
"I was a bassoon major in college, and still play as a hobby. This gets a lot of interest, and many wrong guesses. The only people who have correctly identified it as a bassoon have all been players themselves. John at The Chameleon in Cambridge, Massachusetts, did a fantastic job on the artwork."
: Seattle, Third Avenue, 2004
Submitted by mooargyle
"Taken with Nikkormat FT2 (film)."
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