Bright splashes of color will forever decorate this guy's chest thanks to this abstract watercolor tattoo by Dynoz

Dynoz’s Tattoos will Attack You with Their Funky Watercolor Style

This mysterious Greek artist calls himself by a nick name, Dynoz.Art.Attack, rather than revealing his real identity to the world. If the artist is somewhat shy, his art certainly isn’t. Dynoz’s tattoos are bold, in-your-face statements of sheer awesomeness. Dynoz combines a variety of art forms in the creation of his designs; he uses sketchy […]

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This incredible chest tattoo by Rodrigo Kalaka is a beautifully executed pun on the name of the tiger moth

Rodrigo Kalaka puts a New Twist on Traditional Tattoos

I like the new styles of tattooing; dotwork, watercolor and sketch-styles that look like they’ve been drawn onto the skin rather indelibly than inked into it, but sometimes… Sometimes I hanker after something a little more old school, more traditional. Well. Lucky me, because along came Kalaka with a whole new take on both old and […]

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Check out Tattoo Artist Ben Shaw’s Dark and Dangerous Designs

Check out Tattoo Artist Ben Shaw’s Dark and Dangerous Designs

American tattoo artist Ben Shaw has been inking designs into skin since the turn of the century. He started out his career by travelling the United States, gaining experience in different tattoo parlors before finally settling down at Octopus Tattoo in Derby in the United Kingdom. Shaw’s style is a mix of traditional design elements […]

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A bright orange watercolour squirrel leaps across this guy's shoulder in this artistic tattoo by Magda from Ink Miners

You’re Gonna Go Nuts over these Squirrel Tattoos

Squirrels are super cute rodents that have been firm favourites among human beings for centuries. They are so beloved, in fact, that British colonialists introduced European squirrels to parks and home gardens in the colonies of the 18th and 19th centuries. Unfortunately, these foreign squirrels often posed a threat to the local squirrel population but […]

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Iconic tattoos of religious figures covered Artoria GIbbons legs

Tattooed Ladies: When Women with Tattoos were Scandalous Sideshows

In the early 19th century, circuses began to offer their visitors sideshow attractions in the form of tattooed men. The men would cover their bodies with tattoos and then present themselves to audiences for viewing. Many of these colorful performers would claim that they’d been kidnapped by savages and forcibly tattooed. Towards the end of […]

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