People always ask me how I started doing tattoos and as far as I know my story is the most unique one I’ve ever heard. I’ve always loved being in a tattoo parlour but working in it also gave me a...
If you were in a Soviet-era prison about oh, say 50 years ago, you'd have tattoos. A lot of them. But not just any tattoos, particular designs that were symbolic, that showed off your cred, and other interesting personal facts.
I have started tattooing two years ago, in October 2013. I had never thought about doing this before I started doing it, but now I can't see myself doing anything else. I was in a not so good time of my...
Mirrored stainless steel
Scott Campbell, a well-known tattoo artist based in the Williamsburg part of Brooklyn, New York, has created the ultimate test of trust in his work: he offers free tattoos to people as long as he gets to choose the design and...
Nomi Chi's tattoos look like mostly finished pencil drawings. The Vancouver artist-student achieves this through her sketch-like style; the guiding lines and shapes used to compose the image are left in, giving the impression that you're looking at an open sketchbook.
Hi, everybody. I'm an amateur photographer from Venezuela and I made my first session on a body art studio. Feel free to comment some tips for improving my pics.
Juan Diego Troconis
This is a series of tattoo art inspired by Adventure time and tattoo from many countries, especially Japan.
Shield tattoo can be a symbol of inner power and feeling of justice of its owner. However, it can also mean a desire to protect oneself by all means, to create a defensive imaginary wall from all the world and other...
People who love to get tattoos come in all different shapes and sizes, which London-based photographer Alan Powdrill proves in his new Covered photo series. The people in his series, many of whom are tattooed chin-to-toe, are all walking, breathing works...