These days, tattoos are such a common part of our culture that it’s almost more rare if someone doesn’t have at least one somewhere on their body. Similarly, tattoos that showcase fans’ love for the Green Bay Packers are pretty easy to find nowadays. Hell, even Harry Styles has a Packers “G” on his bicep. As normal as tattoos—and Packers-related tattoos—have become, there was a time not so long ago when ink honoring the guys in Green & Gold was apparently an “up-and-coming” trend among Green Bay faithful.

Recently, the fine folks at Found Footage Festival published a video clip from the late ’90s that talks about the new phenomenon. The segment, which aired on a show called Packers Report TV, shows some Green Bay tattoos from the era. It also features some Wisconsin-tastic voiceover work. While you wait for the start of today’s game (and Found Footage Festival’s live show at The Back Room @ Colectivo on December 16), check out the amazing video in all its glory below.

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Before co-founding Milwaukee Record, Tyler Maas wrote for virtually every Milwaukee publication (except Wassup! Magazine). He lives in Bay View and enjoys both stuff and things.