When most people want to show their allegiance to a tech company, they buy a branded baseball cap or t-shirt. These fans took it to a whole new level...
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Designer Megan Orsi wears her Adobe dedication on her sleeve - via a self-designed Photoshop toolbar tattoo. "When I was in high school, I spent every waking moment in Photoshop creating websites," Orsi explains. "Photoshop’s been a big part of my past, and now, it will always be a part of my future." (Image credit: Geeky Tattoos)
Rackspace employee Michael Long decided to get the company's logo permanently tattooed on his arm during his first day on the job. "I don’t believe in doing things halfway. You’re either in, or you’re not," Long explained on his blog. Maybe he was just trying to ensure he passed probation?
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Safari: because the Apple logo is so blasé. (Image credit: Geeky Tattoos)
Natalie “kommodore” Thompson shows off her Android logo tattoo from 2009. (Image credit: Geeky Tattoos)
How's this for an obscure tribute? It's a Windows Server NT 'tribal' band. "My tattoo was lifted from an MS logo from back in the late 90's," the owner explained on his blog. "I loved the braid logo and I thought it would make a great armband. It's dork ink but it's still ink!" (Image credit: Geeky Tattoos )
Who wants to bet this guy is a Cisco reseller? (Image credit: Geeky Tattoos)
This Estonian Facebook fan plans to ink the entire logo on his arm. "I will tattoo the Facebook logo on my wrists if my Facebook page reaches 1 million likes. The tattoo will be applied letter-by-letter. Every time I reach a milestone, a new letter will be added!" What happens if he only gets to 900,000 likes? (Image credit: Geeky Tattoos)
The look on this guy's face sums up our thoughts entirely. (The logo is for Microsoft's ill-fated 'Zune' media player. Remember those?) (Image credit: Geeky Tattoos)
Daniel Carrion is a big fan of mobile network operator Verizon Wireless. He is also a professional tattoo artist. The rest is history. (Image credit: Geeky Tattoos)
Enterprise software publisher SAP has at least one die-hard fan in its ranks. "I plan on building upon my SAP tattoo collection in the future," the owner proudly proclaimed. (Image credit: Geeky Tattoos)