Melting Devil from Danny Reed

Tattoo // Thursday, November 29, 2012
Awesome little melting devil head from Danny Reed of Hot Stuff Tattoo in Asheville, NC. Horrifying, disgusting, slimy, but oddly cute, this little devil's mismatched eyes and bright pink skin made for a fun piece. To see more of Danny's work (in multiple styles!) check out his blog.

Tattoos from Rick Toms

Tattoo // Thursday, November 29, 2012
Rick Toms is a tattooer and owner of Red Canary Tattoo in Thurmont, MD. His small traditional tattoos, with thick lines and bold shading, make for compact yet super compelling pieces, with imagery ranging from the ultra classic to the outright wacky (helloooo winged bunny!). We've got a gallery of 'em here for your viewing pleasure.

Ben Rorke's Devil Head

Tattoo // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
To round out the day, we've got an awesome flaming dagger-headed devil from the talented Ben Rorke of Valley Mall Tattoo in Brisbane, Australia. We love the smooth, bold lines, warm colors, and how despite its simple design, the longer we look at this devil's face, more subtle details emerge. See more of Rorke's work on his blog.

Tattoos and Flash from Capilli Tupou

Tattoo // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
A wonderful painting from the talented Capilli Tupou of New Zealand's Sacred Tattoo. We love the bright colors and bold patterning in the butterfly wings and how that vibrance is carried through to the warm tonal gradient around this lady's eyes. It's also super interesting to see how Capilli Tupou translates this amazing affinity for patterning into solid tattoos, so we've got a gallery of 'em after the jump.

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.

Davide Andreoli's Tattooed Meta-Flash

Tattoo // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Because the only thing better than great flash is flash adorned in flash... Confused? So are we. But there's no denying that Italian tattooist Davide Andreoli's jam-packed flash sheets are just as inspiring as they are bizarre. We have a gallery of Andreoli's incredible flash--from sideshow strong men to muscular rooster hybrids, all covered from head to toe--here.

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.

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.

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