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Nature-Inspired Tattoos That Flow Like Veins
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Art7 years ago

Nature-Inspired Tattoos That Flow Like Veins

I’m a tattoo artist from the Netherlands, where I gratuated in Fine Arts in 2008. Since 2011 I have been living and working in Berlin and traveling around Europe. From an early age I’ve been fascinated by transience in nature.

Lines play a big role in my work, as I love the way they can emphasize the shape of the body. Hence every design must be as individual as the body it is made for. The placement of a tattoo is as crucial as the design, it should flow naturally with the shape of the body.

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NiamhMcKinney
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7 years ago

Groot???

EricD
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7 years ago

This is not Groot, even if yeah, he looks like. :) This is an ent. PS : I am the tattooed person.

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KennethMason
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7 years ago

I'm not a tattoo fan, but these are some of the most interesting AND beautiful I have ever seem. Would like to see some smaller works. These are much more "organic" and natural looking/feeling. They seem to grow out of the body. Would like to see some of these with blurred and 'fade out' lines.

RinavanderHam
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7 years ago

beautiful. I'm sure the people wearing them are very satisfied with the way the natural skin tones are used in the creations.

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NiamhMcKinney
Community Member
7 years ago

Groot???

EricD
Community Member
7 years ago

This is not Groot, even if yeah, he looks like. :) This is an ent. PS : I am the tattooed person.

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KennethMason
Community Member
7 years ago

I'm not a tattoo fan, but these are some of the most interesting AND beautiful I have ever seem. Would like to see some smaller works. These are much more "organic" and natural looking/feeling. They seem to grow out of the body. Would like to see some of these with blurred and 'fade out' lines.

RinavanderHam
Community Member
7 years ago

beautiful. I'm sure the people wearing them are very satisfied with the way the natural skin tones are used in the creations.

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