It’s giveaway time again! For October’s giveaway we have a wonderful set of Side Dishes designed by the famous tattoo artist  Paul Timman for InkDish.

It’s simple!  Leave a comment  here about your favorite tattoo style or simply share with us whether or not you would like to serve your Thanksgiving meal over these wonderful dishes, to be automatically entered to win.  For additional chances of winning friend us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. If you do all three, you will be entered three times!

You have one month to enter, deadline is November 11th 2010. We will randomly select the winner using, the winner will be announced on November 19th, right on time to serve the turkey over your brand new Irezumi Dishes!!

Good luck!

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  • Michele Smith-Patch

    Those lovely dishes would be perfect for serving a luscious apple crisp with vanilla ice cream this Thanksgiving!

  • Shawna

    I love japanese style tattoos! Have a rib piece that I am planning on expanding.

  • Jordan Fowler

    I would love these dishes! Some of my favorite artwork has Japanese influences just like these dishes. I’m thinking I might walk down Hollywood Blvd. and invite some Japanese tourists into my home on Thanksgiving. The dishes will make them feel like I appreciate their culture and the turkey dinner will help them appreciate my culture!

  • Mudpuppy

    Beautiful! I’ve already got a place for them all picked out!

  • Katie Pederson

    Serving Thanksgiving dinner on these beautiful plates in my new home this year would be a dream come true!

  • C R Landry

    I can see some beautiful blood-red beets served on these dishes.

  • Ignacio

    Japanese style tattoos is where it’s at for me. Althought traditional american tattoos are also amazing

  • Linda

    Im particularly fond of the traditional Polynesian tattoos. And yes, who wouldnt want to serve Thanksgiving dinner on these lovely plates?