Berlin-based German artist Valentin Hirsch has been working with tattoos for over 5 years. During this short period Valentin developed a unique style that combines nature and geometric elements.


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His works are full of experiments: For example, Valentin often merges parts of different images after carefully slicing them up. The result always looks original and aesthetically appealing. Even though the artist uses only black ink, his images are vibrant and full of life.

To this day Valentin considers himself more of an artist than a tattooist. He even published a book about the transition from studying fine arts in Vienna to inking people. Probably that's where his unique style is coming from!

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Arjan 1 year ago

One of the few that's actually symmetrical, but it doesn't align at the nose :(

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Juls Robertson 1 year ago

What makes it 'symmetrical' is that 1 is wild and 1 is domestic.......I think it is supposed to be 'A PLAY' on 'SYMMETRICAL'. It's geninous.

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Diamond Panda 1 year ago

In what way is this symmetrical?

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Tash Stuart 1 year ago

Really like this

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Crystal Rose 1 year ago

This one bothers me because you can never put it together. Haha

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Pi... 1 year ago

Two-face the tiger version.

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Abby Rexroth 1 year ago

Love and wisdom?

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Tina Jelić 1 year ago

great