The Louis Vuitton Tattoo Artist Makes Us Want To Get Inked Today

If you're still o-b-b obsessing as much as us over those hardcore tattoos Marc Jacobs sent down Louis Vuitton's mens spring '11 runway show, your fixin' for an inkin' is getting a little alleviation. The body art was the brainchild of one Scott Campbell, legendary parlor king from Saved in Brooklyn, and while LV won't actually be selling the tats in store, Campbell's highly, highly anticipated collab collection of scarves, ready-to-wear, and the limited-edition laser-cut weekender hits boutiques in late February. To build up the anticipation, Vuitton has released a teaser video that really has the drool going full throttle. In the first of a trio of films, Campbell (who, if you don't already know, is a total Adonis-with-edge), shows us a behind-the-scenes look of his day to day life, which, let's face it, would look good if it just involved staring at a wall. But fret not, there's lots of action: Campbell runs, takes off his shirt, pets his dog, and gets to work at his big ole desk. It's actually pretty rad to see him doing what he does best, and then getting to tuck it all into a nice Louis Vuitton bag. That shot of the artist on his motorcycle is working better than our coffee—we're wide awake. Oh, and we can't stop singing dirty fingernails...
Get a minor heart palpition and peep the video below. In the next two, Campbell is apparently taking us on a secret trip!

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