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Scott Campbell is a famous tattoo artist, and his work adorns celebrities ranging from Penélope Cruz to Marc Jacobs. Recently he embarked upon a tattooing project called Whole Glory that’s not for the faint of heart. He offered his tattooing services free of charge to absolute strangers. The catch? Participants would stick their arm into a hole and Campbell would tattoo whatever he wanted—and they wouldn’t be able to view the tattoo until it was done.

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Chanel Catwoman sketch by Kevin Wada.


German artist Peter Aurisch creates tattoos that are influenced by the works of Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, and Picasso. Rather than inking from a sketch, Aurisch draws freehand using the stories of his customers as inspiration.

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His use of bold lines, geometric figures and (at times) vibrant colors result in some stunning and unique tattoos. Check out more of his work after the break.

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Artist Sanne Vaghi says she’s been fascinated by transience in nature for a long time, but her medium of choice is very permanent. She also says that lines play a big role in her tattoo work because they can emphasize the shape of the body. As you’ll see, these lines seem to flow like veins.

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Artist NoFlutter reimagined four fan favorite superheroines in adorable steampunk style and I’m just gushing all over these images. Power Girl, Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman, and Supergirl look amazing in their traditional colors fitted with bustle skirts, goggles, and corsets. I cannot wait to see a cosplay group take on these lovely ladies.

Check out the rest of the beauties after the break.

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Using pen and markers, artist Natalie Nakles did a real number on herself, making it look like she spent some time with Hannibal Lecter eating ladyfingers.

Check out a video and more pictures after the break.

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If and when the Apocalypse does come, I can only dream that we’ll have clothes as awesome and fashionable as the ones worn by these Disney ladies in this gorgeous art by Tess Fowler.

I’d kill to see a Mad Max take on them with a Disney-style apocalyptic Furiosa.

Take a gander after the break.

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French artist Christophe Guinet specializes in recreating familiar objects with flowers and other organic materials. His most recent project is a Batman cowl made with a foam mold covered in tree bark, vegetal moss, lichen and fungus. As you can see it’s actually wearable.

What are you?

I am Grootman.

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Believe it or not, but Hajime Isayama–the creator of Attack on Titan–is still a relative newcomer to the anime and manga game. He was pretty much unknown before AoT took off. Some creators are quick to point out that Hajime’s art skills are still rather unrefined–Yoshiyuki Tomino (Gundam), for instance, labeled Hajime’s art as “crude.”


Isayama seems to have a knack for letting those harsher criticisms roll off of him (money and fame will do that), but he’s also working on improving his art skills. For example, when a few Survey Corps cosplayers sent him a pic, Isayama responded with a sketch. Looks pretty good to us.

We say “cosplayers”, but the dude in the middle is actually Yuki Kaji–he voices Eren Yeager for the anime version of AoT.

Check out a close-up pic of the drawing after the break…

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Not only is artist Kevin Wada is both incredibly talented and awesomely humble, but he manages to capture some of our favorite characters in moments that are unique. His recent Black Widow took my breath away.

My favorite part of his tweets are the numerous artists that pop up in the replies. It’s cool to see the admiration they all have for each other.

Check out the tweet after the break.

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