You Can Now Remove Tattoos From Your Body, Preserve, And Frame It After You Die

Whether you have spent countless hours and large sums of money on your tattoos or you have a few especially meaningful pieces, the labor and stories behind your tattoos can carry on for future generations to experience. 60-year-old Charles Hamm, a former accountant from Cleveland started the National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art (NAPSA). Their goal is to give people the option to preserve their body ink (skin included), frame it, and then pass it on to their loved ones after they die.