We've all seen the people that have gone out of their way to save things in order to remember loved ones once they've passed away. There are people that save ashes, pictures, family heirlooms, etc. But now, there's a company that is offering to save their tattoos, as well. Complete with skin.

Yes, a company called Save My Ink Forever has a way to work with funeral homes to get the tattooed skin of the deceased one and preserve it. The funeral home or crematory has about three days to contact Save My Ink Forever, and get the necessary paperwork and procedures rolling. Then, the family will receive the "framed tattoo art" within three months, paired with "a frame to best suite the style of the tattoo, accompanied with museum quality UV glass".

This company is actually located in Northfield, Ohio. That means, that it isn't TOO far away, if you're thinking about contacting them for their services. For more info, you can check out their website, savemyink.tattoo.

I don't know about you, but I don't think I'll be contacting them. A picture will work for me just fine. It'll last just as long - if not longer. Plus, I won't have skin hanging on my wall. But if that's what you're looking for, hey, give them a call.