Laszlo Kis does Tribal and Traditional

Tattoo // Friday, July 20, 2012
  Hungary-born tattoo artist Laszlo Kis began his tattooing career at sixteen at his cousin's house in Monor. Since then he's relocated to Sao Paolo, Brazil, where he established Windhorse Tattoo. Impressive in Kis' portfolio is his fluency in a number of styles - he moves seamlessly from the traditional to the tribal, all articulated through his bold, clean linework.

Tattoos by Zac Scheinbaum

Tattoo // Friday, July 20, 2012
  Zac Scheinbaum is a talented tattooist and illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. His black and white tattoos demonstrate a strong inclination towards skulls and the macabre. He currently works at Saved Tattoo in Brooklyn.

Intricate Ink by Gerhard Wiesbeck

Tattoo // Thursday, July 19, 2012
Gerhard Wiesbeck is one skilled tattoo artist. His complex designs are comprised of intricate line work and minimal color. If you want to get some work done by him, then you are going to have to make your way out to Germany.

Tattoos from Adam Craft

Tattoo // Thursday, July 19, 2012
Adam Craft works out of The Tattooed Heart in Auckland, New Zealand. His work is a mixture of traditional Japanese and American pieces and is well worth checking out.

Liz Clements: Illustrated

Tattoo // Thursday, July 19, 2012
Liz Clements has created a beautiful series of tatted babes. With hearts, anchors, and skulls- Liz covers her girls in a variety of fun tattoo designs. She works out of London and has a huge portfolio stacked of these seductive ladies.

Nina Kate by Ayesha Hussain

Tattoo // Thursday, July 19, 2012
Beautiful portrait of Nina Kate done by Ayesha Hussain. Nina is a latex clothing designer and model who has some pretty cool ink work, clearly shown in this great portrait.

Tattoos by Jamer

Tattoo // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
'When I was in kindergarden I was a pretty good kid. There were a couple bad kids in my class and I made a concious decision to join them as soon as the first grade started. I would, from that point on, be a bad kid. I only lasted in schools till grade 8 and I was into bad shit, punkrock, stealing, skateboarding, graffiti, drugs and rockaberry coolers. I sold drugs on and off cause I was bad, then I was hooked on booze and drugs cause I'm bad and now i tattoo cause it's a bad ass thing to do...'

JACOBUS VAN DYN

Tattoo // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Born in South Africa in 1896 little is known about Van Dyn’s life, but what is known is suitably sensational and shocking. Other than being well know for having a highly decorated face in more conservative times Van Dyn was also known for being a regular at Speakers Corner in Hyde Park telling whoever would listen about his scandalous life. Tattooed by the great George Burchett in the 1930?s and rumoured to have worked for Al Capone as a gun runner...

Cait and Sam

Tattoo // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Pet portrait tattoos are the best. Whether honoring the living or memorializing the deceased, I have a great adoration and admiration for a good grayscale pet portrait. Featured here is the noble Sam, as honored by his owner Cait, tattoo done by Kapten Hanna- originally from Sweden, she is a tattoo artist currently living and working in San Francisco.

Mike DeVries' Animal Tattoos

Tattoo // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
This guy's work just blows my freakin' mind. 'This is the third animal tattoo that I have done on (friend) Jinxi. Although it looks like a rooster its actually a Black Cochin Chicken. This is on the part of her leg that is dedicated to animals...  Cochins are known for their sweet personalities and endering mothering qualities. They became famous in the 1800s when this Chinese breed was given as a gift to Queen Victoria of England, who absolutely adored them.'  Mike DeVries

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