If Picasso was alive today, he would be doing nerdy tattoos. I’m sure of it. Fortunately, we have Mike Boyd of The Circle tattoo shop in Soho, London. You might want to drop him a line if you’re interested in his cubist-style work. The lines are just so damn clean! Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
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This Phoenix tattoo by tattoo artist André Zechmann doesn’t look very Phoenix-y, and the light in the room where the video was shot is flickering at the frame rate, but the flying effect is actually pretty cool. [click to continue…]
This Doctor Strange / Pokemon Pikachu mashup is the work of the talented Chris Morris at the Frontier Tattoo Parlour in Cardiff, Wales. Check out more of his nerdy designs below. [click to continue…]
This unique Jurassic Park / Super Mario mashup tattoo is the work of Marc Durrant at Hidden Los Angeles Tattoo. Check him out on on Instagram and his personal website. He does some damn fine work.
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We’ve seen some clever tattoo designs, but this is more original than most. As you’ll see in the video below, Sean Arnold of Spotlight Tattoo in LA turned a man into a human zoetrope. Granted, showing this work off to others will pose a bit of a challenge, but we have to admire the creativity and commitment. [click to continue…]
By the looks of things, if you want a badass Star Wars tattoo, you need to visit Tattoo Magu in the Netherlands. Actually, it doesn’t matter if it’s Star Wars-themed or not. As you’ll see in the images below, all of their work is stunning. [click to continue…]
Over the summer, during the ESL One Cologne event, pro Counter-Strike: GO player Olkesandr ‘S1mple’ Kostyliev pulled off a move so spectacular, so awe-inspiring, that one of the creators of de_Cache – the map it took place on – immortalized it with a piece of graffiti on the wall of the level where it happened. Now, to commemorate the event, S1mple had that same piece of graffiti tattooed on his arm.
Check out the full tattoo, the graffiti, and the play that inspired both, below. [click to continue…]
This stunning Firefly tattoo was inked by Eugen Mahu at Needle Art Tattoo in Gorinchem, Netherlands.