The celebrated film Pulp Fiction is one of the most iconic cult classics of our time. Ultra hip and forever chic in its kitschy glory, a Pulp Fiction tattoo is a remarkable celebration of the dark side of humor and the hidden glamour in chaos.
In our generation, Pulp Fiction holds a special place in the collective memory.
No one in cinematic history has more irreverent grace and downright chilling allure than Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield. A realistic portrait of Jules is respectably common among seasoned tattoo veterans for sleeve and chest work, and tattoo aficionados of all levels still line up for a text rendering of that most majestic and haunting favorite Bible verse Jules made famous in Pulp Fiction, Ezekiel 25:17.
Another favorite Pulp Fiction tattoo is a portrait of one of Hollywood’s most beautiful and ill-fated heroines, Mia Wallace. Mia is every bit as light and innocent as she is dark and haunting, and that’s exactly what we love about her. The character Mia is the first crowning of Uma Thurman’s acting glory in her thankfully long and magical working relationship with Quentin Tarantino.
With so many other characters to love (Vincent! Butch!) and iconic scenes to commemorate, the options are limitless for a special homage to one of Hollywood’s best and most beloved cult films of all time.