07/17/2014 02:21 EDT | Updated 07/18/2014 12:59 EDT

Canadian Model Vin Los' Face Tattoos Are Quite Impressive

Ok, so Vin Los isn't exactly Zombie Boy, but the Canadian model's face tattoos are still quite impressive.

The Montreal-native is causing quite the stir thanks to his in-your-face (sorry, we had to) tats and his gorgeous body, leading Vice magazine to publish an in-depth interview with the 24-year-old, which was published on Wednesday.

So, why is the bedroom-eyed cutie making everyone so hot under the collar? Well, his ink is kinda, well, unique. His face is covered with 24 tattoos that spell out words such as "FAME," "GUILTY" and "SEX BOMB," thus letting us know that he's probably one of the most confident men on the planet. And if the tattoos don't make you convinced, his YouTube video, where he declares that he wants to be the most famous man on Earth, might.

Here's his explanation for his multiple tats:

"I was about 16 or 17 years old [when I got my first tattoo]," Los told Vice. "I got the Le Coq Sportif logo. Then I got words tattooed on my arms, and that’s when I decided I would never get another image or drawing tattooed. Drawings don’t mean anything to me. It may sound like I have bad values or something, but my tattoos aren’t just for me. I want to be an image for people to look at, something that has an impact. Everybody who sees me is bound to ask questions: 'Why fame? What’s his life like?'"

As for how Vin picks the words he gets inked? Easy. He goes on YouTube.

"It’s very superficial," he told Vice. "I’ll go on YouTube and listen to all the big hits and I’ll just take words from these songs. For example, 'Top of the World' is from the song by The Cataracs, but it’s also what I want. I want to rule the world. As for the city names, it’s to show that we are all on the same level. Borders still exist but not to the same extent. Whether you’re like, in Zurich or Sydney, I personify all of that. I want to embody pop culture. You could look at me in a hundred years from now and really get the idea of what pop culture was like in the early 2010s."

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