Seinfeld’s #1 Fan: Tattoo Edition

Posted on: July 13th, 2013 at 10:00 am by
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Calling all Seinfeld fans. You may have steep competition for the title of “Most Die-hard Fan.” And that competition would be Brooklyn resident, Gavin Steffen. This tattoo surfaced Friday on comedian Jerry Seinfeld’s Twitter stream. The tattoos were done by artist Stefano Alcantara at Paul Booth’s Last Rites Tattoo Theatre (if you haven’t been there, pay a visit. The place is amazing.)

Just start a “Seinfeld” theme sleeve at Last rites tattoo with one of my favorites Kramer . So exited to see this project done already.

Done with FK Irons tattoo machines
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via TattooNow.com

And it seems like Jerry was amused.



But wait, there’s more! There’s a Kramer as well (also on Gavin’s arm.)

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via Twitter




With Jerry and Kramer crossed off the list and etched on Gavin’s arm, we all have the same question: are there plans to ink the rest of the cast? Gavin has it planned out. We spoke with him, he said he’s a huge Seinfeld fan and “I still gotta get George Elaine & Larry David.”

We can’t wait to see how it turns out. Neither can the employees of Vandelay Industries.

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