In this work of Phillip Marsden, this one offers us various tattoos referring to Oscar Wilde, the famous Irish writer. Thus, in this picture, we can see a tattoo representing the latter with the inscriptions "Born to be Wilde". We can also read sentences that contributed to the celebrity of this writer like the famous "All art is quite useless". On a bottle, one can also read "The work is the scourge of the drinking class". Other famous Wilde phrases like "Everything popular is wrong", below a heart with two skeletons or "The patriotism is the virtue of the vicious" with two English flags were also written by the artist in the form of tattoos.