Diego Brandi's Handsome Devil

Tattoo // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Check out this awesome Asian-inspired black devil belly piece by Neo-Traditional master Diego Brandi. From the bloodshot red eyes to the craggy disembodied hands and sinuous skin, we love how the central placement of this piece makes it seem like he's staring us down. Diego Brandi works out of Subskin Tattoo in Rome, Italy.

Tattoed Vixen Cervena Fox

Tattoo // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Cervena Fox is a London-based freelance model whose body of work also shows off a bounty of tattoos. Careful, some of these shots verge on NSFW territory. On her tattoos, Fox explains: 'Something that I feel says a lot about me are my tattoos. I always take ages to decide on one. My first tattoos were the swallows on my hips, following that I then had my leg corseting done...'

Paintings and Tattoos by Jaclyn Rehe

Tattoo // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Jaclyn Rehe originates from rural Victoria, Australia.  She started tattooing in 2005 in Melbourne, and has worked at a variety of studios including Westside tattoo in Brisbane and Most recently Korpus tattoo in Melbourne. Now a permanent artist at Good Times Tattoo in London, Jaclyn loves to paint and her favorite style to tattoo is American traditional. Her works, both on paper and on flesh, are steeped in nostalgia and a certain romanticism.

Davide Andreoli aka The Italian Rooster

Tattoo // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Davide Andreoli, also known as the Italian Rooster, is a tattoo artist who keeps it old school -- traditional tats of boxers, circus performers and sultry sirens, which he marries with a sense of whimsy and irreverence. Andreoli is based in Milan, Italy.

More from Grant Cobb

Tattoo // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
We couldn't resist posting more killer work by one of our favorite tattooists out there right now, Grant Cobb. Grant's neo-traditional tats are clean and ridiculously badass. You'll find him working at Spotlight Tattoo in Los Angeles.

A Back Piece Tattoo in Under 4 Minutes

Tattoo // Monday, November 26, 2012
A full back piece tattoo done in under 4 minutes, tattooed by the talented artist Darcy Nutt over at Chalice Tattoo shop in Boise, Idaho. Tattooing since 1999, Darcy likes big tattoos that fit the body nicely. Her strengths and capabilities include black and grey portrait style, color realism, Japanese and traditional American styles and everything from snakes, skulls, roses, guns, daggers, pretty ladies, dragons and portraits. Is there anything she can't do?!

Freaky Flash from Job de Quay

Tattoo // Monday, November 26, 2012
You can't always judge a book by its cover, unless its assured that there's a five o'clock shadow and abnormally long underarm hair going on there. Thanks to Hexagram Tattoo and this bit of freaky flash done by Job de Quay- an Amsterdam based tattoo artist. Love.

Todd Janeczek aka Todd J.

Tattoo // Monday, November 26, 2012
Todd Janeczek aka Todd J., is the owner of Imperial Tattoo in Portland, Oregon. His pieces are classic, using vibrant colors, imagery and all the best things about traditional tattooing. There is no doubt that he takes his craft very seriously. Todd’s work has a classic Americana feel, and his dark sense of humor often shines through. Todd J.’s style represents a part of history and his extensive portfolio of work proves that.

Epic Ink From Tony Hundahl

Tattoo // Monday, November 26, 2012
There is nothing light and airy about the work of Tony Hundahl of Rock of Ages Tattoo. His traditionally based, bold and vibrant ink work bleeds with heavy handed strength and aggression. In these pieces in particular that we came across, there is no lack of blood, daggers, fangs and epic composition and imagery.

Flash Sheets from Joel Albertsson

Tattoo // Sunday, November 25, 2012
Suffice it to say, we've never seen flash like this. We love the way that Joel Albertsson of Göteborg Classic Tattooing switches up his palette and uses the visual vocabulary of traditional tattoo flash to depict very non-traditional imagery. From depictions of ritualistic and "primitive" objects to literally blue Blues musicians, Albertsson's distinctive sheets of flash are amazing works of art.  


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