Cormack wasn’t even born when The Beatles broke up in 1970, and surviving band members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are old enough to be her grandfather.
But Cormack has idolized the group since she was 15 years old. She hopes the publicity about her devotion will convince McCartney to sign off on her tattoo–literally.
The ink marks the group’s 50th anniversary this year. The band, McCartney, Starr, and the late George Harrison and John Lennon, hit the U.S. in 1964 as part of the British invasion of rock bands.
Jenn’s entire torso is covered by a pink walrus, yellow submarine, diamonds in the sky, a strawberry field, the band’s instruments and other Beatlemania symbols.
“I knew I had wanted to get another tattoo for a couple years, but wasn’t exactly sure what to get. Then it hit me one day; I wanted to get the Beatles’ instruments tattooed on me,” she told the Vancouver Sun newspaper.
“The black-and-white instruments in the middle represent the early years, and everything surrounding the instruments, represents the colorful, psychedelic years,” said Cormack, 29, who lives in Vancouver, Canada.
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