There are these 3D illusion tattoos, and then these branded tattoos that should’ve stayed on store signs / product boxes. They range from the extinct Microsoft Zune example above, to Best Buy’s Geek Squad. Continue reading to see them all.
5. Windows Logo
Ok, so getting the Windows logo tattooed onto your arm might have sounded cool…back in 2005, but with Windows 8 and Surface slowly replacing previous versions, it just looks plain outdated now.
4. Best Buy
This year alone, Best Buy announced it would be closing fifty stores in the U.S., including a high-profile store on Newbury Street in Boston, Massachusetts, as part of a “transformation strategy”. This tattoo may be the only place you’ll see their logo should sales continue to decline.
3. Fast Food
Eating fast food is already harmful enough for your body. Getting McDonalds, Pizza Hut, Burger King, Subway, Taco Bell, and KFC (did we miss any?) tattoos all over your torso / stomach can only be considered monstrous.
Is a description of this tattoo necessary? I mean, Wal-Mart may offer low prices of thousands of products, but is it really necessary to have the company logo permanently installed on your body?
1. Geek Squad
Geek Squad has earned a bad reputation online for overcharging customers, not completing all of the work promised, and sub-par customer service. So, with that said, unless you work for the company, getting the logo inked on your body probably isn’t the smartest idea.