A magazine cover that featured a tattoo on the magazine’s front page is now on sale in Australia.
The article was first spotted by Fairfax Media reporter Dan Smith, who shared it on Twitter on Wednesday.
It showed a tattooed model wearing a white shirt with the words ‘tattoos for sale’ and ‘weddings for sale’.
The magazine’s website, which had previously advertised its online “tattool” service, is now offering a $99 subscription for one year.
“Tattoos and weddings for sale: our new ‘tootools’ site,” the website read.
“Have a look and be sure to sign up for our free newsletter!”
The website advertises a ‘tutorial’ that includes “tutorials, tips and tricks” on how to tattoo a model.
“The best thing about having a tattoo is that you can keep it as long as you like,” the tutorial explains.
“If you have a tattoo, we’d love to have it on you permanently.” “
The article, titled ‘Tutorial on tattooing’ and which was originally published in April, also features a message from one of the magazine covers designer, who said he had been working on the tattoo project for more than a year. “
If you have a tattoo, we’d love to have it on you permanently.”
The article, titled ‘Tutorial on tattooing’ and which was originally published in April, also features a message from one of the magazine covers designer, who said he had been working on the tattoo project for more than a year.
In it, he described the process of getting a tattoo as a “long and painful process”.
“It’s like a process of learning how to make your own body, so it takes time,” he wrote.
“I started with the idea of making a tattoo with my own skin cells.
It took about two years to get the tattoo done.”
“You can’t put anything on a body, unless you’ve been tattooed already,” he said.
“It takes time and patience to get your tattoos to look right.”
I don’t want to sound too preachy, but it is really important to take care of your tattoo and make sure you use good quality tattoo ink.
“And don’t forget that your tattoos have a lasting effect on your life.
I can tell you right now, that I think it would be a shame to lose the positive impact of a tattoo.”
The tattoo, which was initially only on the front page, was removed on Wednesday morning.
The magazine has not responded to requests for comment from the ABC.