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Showing posts with label tattoo artists. Show all posts


Tulips chest tattoo by Chaim Machlev.

Tulips chest tattoo by Chaim Machlev
  

Although Chaim Machlev has created better and more complex tattoos of  these two tulips, but this particular tattoo causes with elegance and simplicity and become a really classy jewelry that adorns this wonderful female breasts.

Few words about Chaim Machlev

Machlev’s tattoo art focuses on sacred geometry, mandalas and nature symbols which he combines to create a spiritual, natural appeal. Each tattoo by Machlev exhibits a high quality of workmanship. From design to completion, each part of the design is balanced, crisp and neatly executed.

The majority of Chaim Machlev’s mandala and geometry tattoos are created in black ink, which Machlev manipulates masterfully, using dotwork techniques to create subtle shades and textures that add depth and visual interest to his designs. Each tattoo is a perfect work of art that celebrates the order of geometry and the beauty of spiritual and nature symbols.

Chaim Machlev website:
http://www.dotstolines.com


Skinny naked girl back sketche draw tattoo by Lea Nahon


Skinny nuked girl back sketche draw tattoo by lea nahon



        LEA NAHON tattoo artist

            Brussels, Belgium / Traveling
            www.leanahon.com
            Email: chemical_factory@hotmail.com


Lea Nahon has strong sketch with black clean lines, but what is even more strong is issues who designs. Bony models serious faces with large expressive eyes, full of melancholy and eerie power. Features that give tattoo of uniqueness, meaning and great symbolism.

Lea is an interim "Nahon Boucherie Moderne", she spends more time on the road than in the shop. Like any tattoo artist who respects it has a good job and completed a number of months time, but she did not hesitate one second if the opportunity presents itself to "sting" between two appointments


Erin Chance. Exceptional tattoo talent!


Awesome full back tattoo by Erin Chance

Erin Chance interview to Marisa Kakoulas:


The US imported exceptional tattoo talent when New Zealand's Erin Chance decided to make Richmond, Virginia her new home. I became a fan of Erin's work, which leans towards the neotraditional, from her time at Auckland's renowned Sacred Tattoo studio, and I'm stoked that Erin will be sharing her talents on the road in North America (and places beyond). I grabbed Erin for a quick email Q &A. Here's how it went down:

First off, when did you officially make the US your home?

I finally got my Green Card right before Christmas 2012, so I've been here just over a year now. Best Christmas present! I'm based in Richmond, VA., but on the road a lot.

Has moving to Virginia had an impact on your work?

A little, mainly what machines I use, etc.. My art has been going through some changes. I'm sure tattoos will follow suit before too long.


A whale wears geometric patterns in this beautiful tattoo by Karolina Bebop.


A whale wears geometric patterns in this beautiful tattoo by Karolina Bebop

I love Karolina Bebop, she surprises me all the time with her ​​extraordinary technique!

Karolina Bebop:

Karolina Bebop is an artist from Bogotá Colombia, South America.
Bebop’s style is reminiscent of American traditional tattoos in that she uses bold outlines, saturated colors and a limited color palette. However, Bebop often uses illustrative techniques such as dot work and clusters of parallel lines to give her tattoos texture. This aspect of her tattoo art, along with her use of patterns, geometry and paisley designs, sets her work apart from the run-of-the-mill traditional tattoo styles.


Sleeve tattoo inspired by Keith Haring artwork.



Sleeve tattoo inspired by Keith Haring artwork


Keith Haring Early work


Haring achieved his first public attention with public art in subways. These were his first recognized pieces of pop art. The exhibitions were filmed by the photographer Tseng Kwong Chi. Around this time, "The Radiant Baby" became his symbol. His bold lines, vivid colors, and active figures carry strong messages of life and unity. Starting in 1980, he organized exhibitions in Club 57. He participated in the Times Square Exhibition and drew, for the first time, animals and human faces. That same year, he photocopied and pasted around the city provocative collages made from cut-up and recombined New York Post headlines.In 1981 he sketched his first chalk drawings on black paper and painted plastic, metal and found objects.
By 1982, Haring established friendships with fellow emerging artists Futura 2000, Kenny Scharf, Madonna and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Haring created more than 50 public works between 1982 and 1989 in dozens of cities around the world. His "Crack is Wack" mural, created in 1986, is visible from New York's FDR Drive.He got to know Andy Warhol, who was the theme of several of Haring's pieces including "Andy Mouse." His friendship with Warhol would prove to be a decisive element in his eventual success, particularly after their deaths.
In December 2007, an area of the American Textile Building in the Tribe Ca neighborhood of New York City was discovered to contain a painting of Haring's from 1979.


Awesome gray black skull tattoo, playing with the light by Cally-Jo.

Awesome gray black skull tattoo, playing with the light by Cally-Jo


Gray black skull tattoo.

The alternation of black ink with gray highlight this skull tattoo in real jewel.


Cally-Jo is a full time fine artist, soon to be relocating to Manhattan, New York City, working as a full time tattooer and fine artist.
Cally-Jo began her artistic pursuits studying Fine Art at college, experimenting with sculpture and mixed media, where she then received her diploma in Fine Art. She continued her education for a further three years at Winchester School of art, where she began to experiment with the basics of pencil drawing.


Realistic cartoon tattoo, by Csaba Mullner.

Realistic cartoon tattoo, by Csaba Mullner


Csaba Müllner surrealist tattoo artist:

Nadelwerk tattoo studio in Wels, Austria, houses two surrealist tattoo artists; Csaba Müllner and ZoZo, who combine photo realism and fantasy to create realistic yet bizarre surrealist tattoos. Many of the tattoos that hail from this tattoo parlor boast bold, bright colors and high contrast shades that make the realistic tattoos appear almost 3D.
Photo realistic tattoos are becoming more and more popular as modern tattoo artists push the boundaries of their craft.


Superb work, Skull & human eye tattoo by Daniel Meyer.


Superb work, Skull & human eye tattoo by Daniel Meyer

 

Daniel Meyer Tattoos – Symbols of the Soul:

Daniel Meyer, aka Leitbild, is a black ink tattoo artist from Kassel, Germany who specializes in dark symbolism and occult imagery. Working only in black ink, Meyer creates both texture and shading in his tattoo designs by utilizing a technique known as dot work, in which the artist uses varying sizes of dots and places the pinpoints of ink at greater or smaller distances apart to create light or dark shades.


Simplicity is beauty. Excellent geometric tattoo by Chaim Machlev.

Simplicity is beauty. Excellent geometric arm tattoo by Chaim Machlev

 

Chaim Machlev highly skilled and very talented tattoo artist:

Chaim Machlev is originally from Tel Aviv, Israel, but has lived in Berlin, Germany for so long that he now considers himself a “Berliner”. Machlev’s tattoo art focuses on sacred geometry, mandalas and nature symbols which he combines to create a spiritual, natural appeal. Each tattoo by Machlev exhibits a high quality of workmanship. From design to completion, each part of the design is balanced, crisp and neatly executed.


Scarab beetle tattoo with exhilarating colors by Karolina Bebop, First Class Tattoo Artist.

Scarab beetle tattoo with exhilarating colors by Karolina Bebop, First Class Tattoo Artist.
        

 

Karolina Bebop give a scarab beetle spiritual exhilarating colorful geometrical shapes.

 

Karolina Bebop First Class Tattoo Artist:

Karolina Bebop is an artist from Colombia, South America who reflects her perspective of the world in her tattoo art by including fantastic patterns, sacred geometry and spiritual symbolism not just within her designs, but within the creatures that they depict. While the outline of her animals, birds and sea creatures may resemble their real life cousins, their content is made up of repetitive patterns, pieces of mandalas and other decorative elements.


Amazing Avant Garde Tattoo by NooN.

Amazing Avant Garde Tattoo by NooN

 

Noon’s Abstract Character Tattoos Redefine Fine Art:

Noon is a tattoo artist based in France who works in an individualized Avant Garde tattoo style. As a frequent traveler, Noon takes his abstract people and animal designs to New York City, London, Berlin and France, leaving a host of happy customers and creative tattoo designs in his wake.
His style is reminiscent of Yann Black, an artist that Noon says he admires. Though there are similarities between the two artists’ tattoo styles, each artist has carved out their own abstract design style that expresses their ideas about the world.


Great chest tattoo for men! by Daniele Hannibal.

Great chest tattoo for men! by Daniele Hannibal.


Daniele Hannibal, finally one Great tattoo artist from Europe! Roma Italy.

Chest tattoos:

The great thing about the chest is that almost any tattoo is suitable. For example, a tattoo such as a Celtic cross, a heart or any other design you can think of would work. There is no specific chest tattoo design. However, there are a lot of designs that should be customized. You really have the liberty with any tattoo to size it, design it and place it on your chest.
A chest tattoo design is often referred to as a chest piece. Historically,


Gold tattoo a luxury idea!


Gold tattoo a luxury idea!

Gold tattoo a luxury idea!

Would it not be cool to have your tattoos done in gold, silver, platinum or other metals as a unique jewel on your skin? A company in Japan might be starting a new trend.
For the skeptics who would immediate think that this would be some kind of health hazard to inject metal into the skin where it could easily enter the blood stream--you are right. There are no tattoos in the classical sense of the word which includes coloring with gold or other metals.

If you have a design that needs to look metallic, a good tattoo artist would instead use other colors to make it look metallic without directly using gold or silver ink. Such colors would, indeed, be toxic for the body and not something you would want to have lodging inside your skin.
The kind of tattoos are something else. These are not injected into the surface of the skin. Instead they consist of gold or platinum foil applied to the surface of the skin with a new technique developed by a Japanese company which I will present later in this article.


Βouquet of hibiscus flowers tattoo By Roman Kuznetsov


Βouquet of hibiscus flowers tattoo  By Roman Kuznetsov

Roman Kuznetsov,

is a tattoo artist from Moscow, Russia.
Rebel tattoo artist working with different styles of tattooing, but his favorite is when he can use color and works to make his work stand out the best way he can. It is important that his clients are both happy and satisfied with their tattoos.

began his artistry by drawing on school desks and in notebooks while ignoring his teacher’s lessons - See more at: http://inkfreakz.com/hnews/tattoo-artist-roman-kuznetsov#sthash.qEGz95HV.dpuf
Rebel tattoo artist Roman Kuznetsov began his artistry by drawing on school desks and in notebooks while ignoring his teacher’s lessons. Having supportive classmates who thought he was a good artist only nourished his desire to draw and develop talent. Thinking college was a “waste of time”, Roman enlisted in the Army, where he first began tattooing.
Admiring tattooed rock stars like Tommy Lee and Ozzy Osbourne, Roman’s rebellious nature became clear especially since the Soviet Union banned tattoos unless they were on prisoners.  When watching the first music videos in the late 80’s he watched the famous rock stars and was fascinated with them. “I looked at these guys and thought: wow, it is a hell of cool to do something like this, to “paint” on skin and I thought I would love to make it my career.”
Never completing an official apprenticeship, Roman bought his first machine after his military service was completed during a time where he met some professional tattoo artists. He learned how they were doing it and that it could make good money so he “decided to give my child’s dream a real try.” Taking advice here and there, he began his career, and by using Vlad Blad machines (a Russian machine builder), Adam Ciferri, Aaron Cain, and Lucky Supply Ink who supply Intenze, Kuro Sumi, and Dynamic, Roman proves that his childhood dream is a reality by providing breathtaking work.
Having a long list of artists in which he finds inspiration and admiration, Roman doesn’t really choose any one in particular. He realizes that there are many talented artists and it is evident by the many posted on the Internet, and by the constant flow of artists on Instagram, the new talent never ceases to flow. “You can find someone new, an artist whose style makes you wonder how in the hell he did that.” This is not to say however, that Roman takes inspiration from only other art, but he finds it within everyday life as well.
Working with different styles of tattooing, Roman enjoys them all, be it realism, new school, old school, but his favorite is when he can use color and works to make his work stand out the best way he can. It is important that his clients are both happy and satisfied with their tattoos.
The tattoo world is filled with interesting people as well as interesting tattoos. Roman is not surprised by any tattoo requests, but some of the clients are very strange indeed. “One day an old lady came to get tattooed by me, she wanted two pieces: a tribal and a panther. She was like 80 and I couldn’t help myself and asked why she wanted to get tattoos. She told me that she was an undercover KGB agent and she needed tats to infiltrate a criminal gang. She was hilarious, but it was still a little weird to tattoo her.”
Roman’s advice to anyone who wishes to live up to their childhood dream is this: “Take a sober view of your own abilities and to not rush in. It is a big responsibility, ink is gonna be there forever.” This is so true and important; artists are definitely taking big responsibilities when deciding to permanently place artwork on people’s skin.
See more of Romans work here
Written By: Heather Martini
- See more at: http://inkfreakz.com/hnews/tattoo-artist-roman-kuznetsov#sthash.qEGz95HV.dpuf
Rebel tattoo artist Roman Kuznetsov began his artistry by drawing on school desks and in notebooks while ignoring his teacher’s lessons. Having supportive classmates who thought he was a good artist only nourished his desire to draw and develop talent. Thinking college was a “waste of time”, Roman enlisted in the Army, where he first began tattooing.
Admiring tattooed rock stars like Tommy Lee and Ozzy Osbourne, Roman’s rebellious nature became clear especially since the Soviet Union banned tattoos unless they were on prisoners.  When watching the first music videos in the late 80’s he watched the famous rock stars and was fascinated with them. “I looked at these guys and thought: wow, it is a hell of cool to do something like this, to “paint” on skin and I thought I would love to make it my career.”
Never completing an official apprenticeship, Roman bought his first machine after his military service was completed during a time where he met some professional tattoo artists. He learned how they were doing it and that it could make good money so he “decided to give my child’s dream a real try.” Taking advice here and there, he began his career, and by using Vlad Blad machines (a Russian machine builder), Adam Ciferri, Aaron Cain, and Lucky Supply Ink who supply Intenze, Kuro Sumi, and Dynamic, Roman proves that his childhood dream is a reality by providing breathtaking work.
Having a long list of artists in which he finds inspiration and admiration, Roman doesn’t really choose any one in particular. He realizes that there are many talented artists and it is evident by the many posted on the Internet, and by the constant flow of artists on Instagram, the new talent never ceases to flow. “You can find someone new, an artist whose style makes you wonder how in the hell he did that.” This is not to say however, that Roman takes inspiration from only other art, but he finds it within everyday life as well.
Working with different styles of tattooing, Roman enjoys them all, be it realism, new school, old school, but his favorite is when he can use color and works to make his work stand out the best way he can. It is important that his clients are both happy and satisfied with their tattoos.
The tattoo world is filled with interesting people as well as interesting tattoos. Roman is not surprised by any tattoo requests, but some of the clients are very strange indeed. “One day an old lady came to get tattooed by me, she wanted two pieces: a tribal and a panther. She was like 80 and I couldn’t help myself and asked why she wanted to get tattoos. She told me that she was an undercover KGB agent and she needed tats to infiltrate a criminal gang. She was hilarious, but it was still a little weird to tattoo her.”
Roman’s advice to anyone who wishes to live up to their childhood dream is this: “Take a sober view of your own abilities and to not rush in. It is a big responsibility, ink is gonna be there forever.” This is so true and important; artists are definitely taking big responsibilities when deciding to permanently place artwork on people’s skin.
See more of Romans work here
Written By: Heather Martini
- See more at: http://inkfreakz.com/hnews/tattoo-artist-roman-kuznetsov#sthash.qEGz95HV.dpuf
Rebel tattoo artist Roman Kuznetsov began his artistry by drawing on school desks and in notebooks while ignoring his teacher’s lessons. Having supportive classmates who thought he was a good artist only nourished his desire to draw and develop talent. Thinking college was a “waste of time”, Roman enlisted in the Army, where he first began tattooing.
Admiring tattooed rock stars like Tommy Lee and Ozzy Osbourne, Roman’s rebellious nature became clear especially since the Soviet Union banned tattoos unless they were on prisoners.  When watching the first music videos in the late 80’s he watched the famous rock stars and was fascinated with them. “I looked at these guys and thought: wow, it is a hell of cool to do something like this, to “paint” on skin and I thought I would love to make it my career.”
Never completing an official apprenticeship, Roman bought his first machine after his military service was completed during a time where he met some professional tattoo artists. He learned how they were doing it and that it could make good money so he “decided to give my child’s dream a real try.” Taking advice here and there, he began his career, and by using Vlad Blad machines (a Russian machine builder), Adam Ciferri, Aaron Cain, and Lucky Supply Ink who supply Intenze, Kuro Sumi, and Dynamic, Roman proves that his childhood dream is a reality by providing breathtaking work.
Having a long list of artists in which he finds inspiration and admiration, Roman doesn’t really choose any one in particular. He realizes that there are many talented artists and it is evident by the many posted on the Internet, and by the constant flow of artists on Instagram, the new talent never ceases to flow. “You can find someone new, an artist whose style makes you wonder how in the hell he did that.” This is not to say however, that Roman takes inspiration from only other art, but he finds it within everyday life as well.
Working with different styles of tattooing, Roman enjoys them all, be it realism, new school, old school, but his favorite is when he can use color and works to make his work stand out the best way he can. It is important that his clients are both happy and satisfied with their tattoos.
The tattoo world is filled with interesting people as well as interesting tattoos. Roman is not surprised by any tattoo requests, but some of the clients are very strange indeed. “One day an old lady came to get tattooed by me, she wanted two pieces: a tribal and a panther. She was like 80 and I couldn’t help myself and asked why she wanted to get tattoos. She told me that she was an undercover KGB agent and she needed tats to infiltrate a criminal gang. She was hilarious, but it was still a little weird to tattoo her.”
Roman’s advice to anyone who wishes to live up to their childhood dream is this: “Take a sober view of your own abilities and to not rush in. It is a big responsibility, ink is gonna be there forever.” This is so true and important; artists are definitely taking big responsibilities when deciding to permanently place artwork on people’s skin.
See more of Romans work here
Written By: Heather Martini
- See more at: http://inkfreakz.com/hnews/tattoo-artist-roman-kuznetsov#sthash.qEGz95HV.dpu
Rebel tattoo artist Roman Kuznetsov began his artistry by drawing on school desks and in notebooks while ignoring his teacher’s lessons. Having supportive classmates who thought he was a good artist only nourished his desire to draw and develop talent. Thinking college was a “waste of time”, Roman enlisted in the Army, where he first began tattooing.
Admiring tattooed rock stars like Tommy Lee and Ozzy Osbourne, Roman’s rebellious nature became clear especially since the Soviet Union banned tattoos unless they were on prisoners.  When watching the first music videos in the late 80’s he watched the famous rock stars and was fascinated with them. “I looked at these guys and thought: wow, it is a hell of cool to do something like this, to “paint” on skin and I thought I would love to make it my career.”
- See more at: http://inkfreakz.com/hnews/tattoo-artist-roman-kuznetsov#sthash.qEGz95HV.dpuf
Rebel tattoo artist Roman Kuznetsov began his artistry by drawing on school desks and in notebooks while ignoring his teacher’s lessons. Having supportive classmates who thought he was a good artist only nourished his desire to draw and develop talent. Thinking college was a “waste of time”, Roman enlisted in the Army, where he first began tattooing.
Admiring tattooed rock stars like Tommy Lee and Ozzy Osbourne, Roman’s rebellious nature became clear especially since the Soviet Union banned tattoos unless they were on prisoners.  When watching the first music videos in the late 80’s he watched the famous rock stars and was fascinated with them. “I looked at these guys and thought: wow, it is a hell of cool to do something like this, to “paint” on skin and I thought I would love to make it my career.”
Never completing an official apprenticeship, Roman bought his first machine after his military service was completed during a time where he met some professional tattoo artists. He learned how they were doing it and that it could make good money so he “decided to give my child’s dream a real try.” Taking advice here and there, he began his career, and by using Vlad Blad machines (a Russian machine builder), Adam Ciferri, Aaron Cain, and Lucky Supply Ink who supply Intenze, Kuro Sumi, and Dynamic, Roman proves that his childhood dream is a reality by providing breathtaking work.
Having a long list of artists in which he finds inspiration and admiration, Roman doesn’t really choose any one in particular. He realizes that there are many talented artists and it is evident by the many posted on the Internet, and by the constant flow of artists on Instagram, the new talent never ceases to flow. “You can find someone new, an artist whose style makes you wonder how in the hell he did that.” This is not to say however, that Roman takes inspiration from only other art, but he finds it within everyday life as well.
Working with different styles of tattooing, Roman enjoys them all, be it realism, new school, old school, but his favorite is when he can use color and works to make his work stand out the best way he can. It is important that his clients are both happy and satisfied with their tattoos.
The tattoo world is filled with interesting people as well as interesting tattoos. Roman is not surprised by any tattoo requests, but some of the clients are very strange indeed. “One day an old lady came to get tattooed by me, she wanted two pieces: a tribal and a panther. She was like 80 and I couldn’t help myself and asked why she wanted to get tattoos. She told me that she was an undercover KGB agent and she needed tats to infiltrate a criminal gang. She was hilarious, but it was still a little weird to tattoo her.”
Roman’s advice to anyone who wishes to live up to their childhood dream is this: “Take a sober view of your own abilities and to not rush in. It is a big responsibility, ink is gonna be there forever.” This is so true and important; artists are definitely taking big responsibilities when deciding to permanently place artwork on people’s skin.
See more of Romans work here
Written By: Heather Martini
- See more at: http://inkfreakz.com/hnews/tattoo-artist-roman-kuznetsov#sthash.qEGz95HV.dpuf


Handsome back tattoo pattern by Michele Wortman.


Handsome back tattoo pattern by Michele Wortman.

Michele Wortman a multimedia artist.

She tattoos, paints, takes pictures and writes electronic music. Though these mediums may vary, there is a common thread that glues them all together; they are all manifestations of her creative expression.
Michele began painting and drawing as a kid, then majored in art at Lane Tech prep school in Chicago before studying briefly at the School of Art Institute. It was there that she became acquainted with oil paint and the figure. Since those early days of artistic exploration Michele has gone through a variety of styles and interests. Her early work was darker and more expressionistic. Around 1992 she started dating tattoo artist Guy Aitchison. Her world became brighter and so did her painting style as it grew with more of a psychedelic flavor. This was the mid 90's. She cut hair at an alternative salon, Milio's, which featured a rich tapestry of creative people and bold style. When not doing hair, Guy and Michele shared a loft where they painted regularly together.


Amazing full back 3D tattoo! by Den Yakovlev.


Amazing full back 3D tattoo! by Den Yakovlev.

Den Yakovlev.

No comments for Den is simple " the creator of masterpieces "


Nice back colorful dragon tattoo work by Micael Faccio.


Nice back colorful dragon tattoo work by Micael Faccio.

Micael Tattoo Faccio.

Micael Faccio is 36 year old tattoo artist from Sao Paulo, Sudeste,  Brazil.


Masterpiece symmetric chest tattoo by Saira Hunjan.


Masterpiece symmetric chest tattoo by Saira Hunjan.

Saira Hunjan tattoo artist,

was born in Balham, south London. Growing up, her natural talent and passion for drawing and her hunger for creativity led to a school work placement at The House of Living Art, in Earls field, London. Little did she know that this was where her tattooing career would begin. In 1998, she served an apprenticeship at New School Tattoo, in Surrey.


Brilliant tattoo artist! Chris Nieves.


 Chris Nieves is a brilliant portrait tattooist from Australia

Chris Nieves 

is a brilliant portrait tattooist from Australia, who was recently sentenced to jail.