TUCSON, Ariz. — It's common to hear about family members keeping the ashes of a loved one in an urn, but what about keeping a piece of tattooed skin of a loved one in a picture frame?
That's exactly what Save My Ink Forever is doing for those in mourning.
The meaning behind it is to remember those that have passed, and also to turn their tattoos into fine art, but many people are calling it a controversial service.
At Save My Ink Forever we create more than just a picture. You receive the ACTUAL TATTOO. This becomes a framed piece of art that is presented to the family in a DIGNIFIED MANNER.
The company is based out of Ohio and they're now servicing interested buyers in the U.S., United Kingdom, and Canada.
There's still one unanswered question to the process of getting your loved one's tattoo... So, how do you get the tattoo and skin removed if you're not located in Ohio?
The funeral home or crematory only has 48-72 hours to contact Save My Ink Forever, and then they'll "send a recovery kit that contains all of the essential paperwork and materials for the recovery process for your loved one's tattoo(s)."
After that, the piece of skin is mailed to their headquarters.
Seems simple enough.