A post shared by Georgie Williams (@_georgiewilliams_) on Jan 19, 2018 at 3:33pm PST New Zealand-based tattoo artist Georgie Williams fuses the structured forms of circuit boards with the fluid movements of the human body. Although her bold, blackwork-style designs recall the inner workings of a motherboard, Williams’ inspiration reaches well beyond that. The abstract tattoos are the culmination of two and a half years of travel to “extend her artistic universe.
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When you think of temporary tattoos, bold graphics and brightly-colored designs likely come to mind.
A post shared by Joanna Świrska (@dzo_lama) on Feb 19, 2018 at 2:33pm PST Birds are a popular subject for tattoo artists. The winged creatures come in a variety of shapes and sizes, making it easy for both clients and artists to find inspiration in them. Bird tattoos have a ton of visual possibilities; they can be captured with their glorious wings spread wide, in mid-flight, or as stately feathered individuals.
For anyone who is a fan of body art but too wary to take the leap of permanent ink, there...
Due to their prevalence, popularity, and seemingly arbitrary aesthetic, tribal tattoos are often viewed as a fleeting body art trend.
A post shared by NIK SQUARE (@nik.square) on Sep 23, 2017 at 1:56pm PDT Artist Nik Square’s black and white tattoos display dazzling designs that combine nature-inspired motifs with elements of the cosmos. Stars, planets, and constellations collide with animals, plant life, and artifacts from human civilization.
For anyone who likes Lisa Frank, you’ll love this tattooist’s work.
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Multi-talented French artist Franck Pellegrino is known for his illustrations, graffiti art, and tattooing. Originally from Lyon, and now living in Paris, he’s part of Bleu Noir tattoo studio, where he inks clients with permanent pieces of his monochrome, travel-inspired artwork. Pellegrino began his creative career as a graffiti artist at age 15, and first starting tattooing around six years ago.
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Have you ever wondered about the meanings of traditional sailor tattoos?