Battle of the Butthole Tattoos

Tattoos on the Butthole and the Man Behind Them. Randy Candy, a Chicago tattoo artist, can tattoo you anywhere. Remembering butthole tattoo girl.  Also in this article, we’ll talk about this girl who wants her butthole tattoo to make her famous so she can spread goodwill to the poor and needy.

Randy Candy offers tattoos anywhere you want…and he’ll give you a discount if you choose your backdoor.

Tattoo artist Randy Candy with his son

Tattoo artist Randy Candy with his son

Does a Butthole Tattoo Hurt?

Getting tattooed on the butt is relatively painless. Neither bones nor fat will interfere with the needle, and there is plenty of fat and muscle to absorb any pain. Since it’s difficult to air out a butt tattoo, it can be tricky to heal.

We see budding flowers, cannibalistic serpents, and an erect saint being crucified.

What are the connections between these three things? Randy Candy created all of these tattoos – and they all appear on people’s buttholes.

You may be surprised to hear that people pay to have permanent art etched into that strange and mysterious hole from which we poop and fart.

Candy believes he is the artist who can turn these artistic dreams into reality at Pink Rhino Tattoo and Body Piercing in Chicago.

In “Randy Candy Land” — his website and online portfolio — you’ll see nothing but eye-popping madness.

Candy’s art is colorfully vulgar and bears a resemblance to cartoonist R Crumb’s cartoonish style and the 1980s trading card game Garbage Pail Kids.

Randy Candy will provide you with anything you ask for, from a spider crawling across a man’s ass to a pink tattoo on a penis.

Tattoo Butthole

His sexually provocative tattoos aren’t for the weak-hearted, and his personality reflects this. In addition to being heavily pierced and covered in tattoos, he’s quick to state that he isn’t politically correct – something he has used to benefit his art.

“I’m very unfiltered and non-P.C.,” he said. “Once a client knows that anything goes, they can be as comfortable as possible because nothing can be said that is uncomfortable in my atmosphere.”

Because he has tattooed so many buttholes, he doesn’t notice how unusual these situations can be, and his clients also get used to them pretty quickly, he said.

“If you’re on all fours getting your asshole colored, you’re going to be pretty comfortable with your surroundings for the most part, so it’s never been an issue.”

Buthole tatoo

Despite this, it probably helps that he has a privacy curtain covering his office so that his clients are not able to see him. In some cases, that can take up to 10 hours, especially when the tattoos are on the buttholes, which usually include both cheeks as well.

Candy, who grew up in the 1980s, loved collecting Garbage Pail Kids trading cards, which always featured unfortunate events resulting from Cabbage Patch-esque cartoons.

The names of two of its characters — Rancid Randy and Handy Randy — inspired Candy to adopt the nickname “Randy Candy” for himself. After going by that name for decades, he legally changed it in 2015, bidding adieu to his birth moniker, Randall John Esche.

He also adopted a new middle-name, “Pizza,” because that’s what he ate daily for lunch. His name change saga was big enough news that even the Chicago Tribune published a story on it.

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