If you really want a unique tattoo, you’re going to have to head on over to St. Petersburg and find tattoo artist Sasha Unisex. The artist creates beautiful and unique artworks that look more like paintings than tattoos. What sets her apart from other tattoo artists is her style, in which she draws in shapes, contrasts, and shades, rather than the popular bold outlines you see in many of today’s tats.
Polish tatt artist Kamil Czapiga from Katowice makes use of the neo-Impressionist pointillism technique of using tiny dots of pure colors to craft stark, crisp tattoos that blend tribal mythology and timeless geometry most holistically. Wow.
Do tatts and books mix? With its Tattooed Librarians of the Ocean State calendar this year, Rhode Island Library Association recently celebrated 12 of its inked librarians and library staff by casting them as calendar pinups to raise funds for the association. Sadly, though, all copies of the calendar are now sold out.
Now this is what we call dedication. In the name of charity, 29 year-old Canadian, Patrick Vaillancourt, is hoping to get 100,000 tattoos of web addresses added to his body within the period of a year. And what’s more, he’ll add your URL too, so long as you donate a lump of money to CARE […]
In New York-based tattoo artist Amanda Wachob’s hands, a limb, chest, neck or back is not so much a body part as a very real — and permanent — canvas on which to create her wistful, soft and decorative artwork. Her tattoo work is beautifully original, with not a skull or crossbone (or ‘Hey Mum’, for that measure) in sight.
Wow, wow, wow (or should that be ‘ow, ow, ow’?) There’s really no other way to sum up the tattoo work of English-born New York-based artist Thomas Hooper, who studied Drawing at The London Institute of Art & Design before moving to NYC to pursue his interest in stunningly creative and elaborate body art.