Everyone loves the idea of getting a tattoo to forever proclaim their love for dolphins, but we all have the same reservation about the process: What happens when you die, and people no longer get to look at your awesome ink? Well, worry no more, because the National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art is here to physically remove your tattooed flesh from your corpse, as if Hannibal Lecter was operating out of a back alley in Las Vegas.
"Needs more salt."
The heavily-tattooed mind behind this project, Charles Hamm, started the organization after realizing that the thousands of dollars he spent on tattoos would go to waste after his death. Now, for the low price of about $60 a year, you can have a family member contact NAPSA after your passing, and they'll come by to extract your tattooed skin from your body and put it through their preservation process. According to Hamm, their process brings out the color of the ink and makes the tattoo more defined, which will certainly help take your mind off the fact that you have a chunk of your mother's back framed in your living room.
"Thank God. I really didn't want to lose the detailing in the feathers, you know?"