Every second teenager at least once in his life seriously thought about what would make a tattoo. Someone has found the strength and money in him to realize his dream, someone does not. The biggest problem for those who have already stuffed something and those who want is to find a good master.
Being a tattoo artist is a very creative profession, no, not so – it’s a talent! Like musicians, many masters see themselves as a very talented person, but only the client can give a correct assessment of the artist’s work. And now, when the tattoo has already lost its meaning to some extent and has become fashionable. In the end, it often serves as a simple decoration, and today, almost at every corner, you can find a tattoo parlor with masters of various profiles.
we could not but pay attention to the best (in the opinion of the people) tattoo artists from all over the world. This topic is rich not only by the masters themselves, but also by examples of their works.
1. AMANDA VACHOB. BRUCKLIN, NEW YORK
Amanda Wachob does the impossible with ink on the body – the look of the pieces of the tattoo is so flawless that tattoos turn out to be very hyperrealistic. Especially look carefully “smears” of paint on the body.
2. HAIM MAHLEV. BERLIN, GERMANY
Famous public tattoos like “Dots and Lines”, the master Chaim Makhlev creates absolute black tattoos, without any other color. Black geometric tattoos that are both confusing and creative, and if you have recently made yourself a tattoo, we can suggest great tips on how to take care of a tattoo.
3. KARIER ALICE. PORTLAND, OREGON.
If you want to depict something on the subject of nature, you are ideally suited tattoo master Alice, whose style looks like drawings from old school textbooks, examples of which you can see above.
4. JEN LEVIN. KIEV, UKRAINE
Ian works exclusively in black ink. His extremely intricate tattoo style has something eerie, at the same time mystical and psychedelic. Associations in the viewer are compared with chiromancy, psychedelic (as in Pink Floyd) and others.
5. DAVID HALE. ATHENS, GEORGIA.
Decorative work of art by David, painted in the spirit of folk art – unusual and decorative patterns of the tattoo master’s school are caused by associations associated with the culture of the indigenous people living on these lands long before the arrival of the English. Do you know what are the most popular tattoos in the world and what is their significance?
6. KENJI ALAKI. HOCKEYDO, JAPAN
Kenji is known for dotting technique, called “styping”. His tattoos use geometric and tribal motifs and need evaluation from a close distance.
He is also a traveling tattoo artist, so if you want to make your original tattoo design from Kenji, then you need to follow his Facebook page to see where he is traveling in.
7. MARCHIN ALEXANDER SUROVITS. WARSAW POLAND
Marcin uses incredibly bright ink to make surrealism in his works. In general, to create a tattoo, you can not use ink, but the rays of the sun.
8. MADAM CHEN. BERLIN, GERMANY
Madam Cheng does several different styles, but my favorites are dreamy, fantastic.
9. MARIUSH TRUBISIS. Wroclaw, POLAND
Mariusz has a talent for shading and creating incredibly bright and hyperrealistic drawings that are like neon.
10.ONDRASH. CZECH REPUBLIC
Ondrasch is known to many in the Czech Republic. The tattoo of the master is known for his bright watercolor style of his works, on which he specializes.
11. SASHA, UNISEX. SAINT-PETERSBURG, RUSSIA
Sasha’s tattoos consist of bright prisms with unexpected colors. The lack of schemes and brilliant shading effects gives her works a rich softness.
12. PITER ORISH. BERLIN, GERMANY
Peter is incredibly skilled in creating many styles of fine art, whether it’s watercolor, cubism or precisely shaded pencil sketches.
13. Xoïl. PARIS, FRANCE
The French tattooist Loic Laven, also known as the nickname Xoïl, has a very unusual style. There is a feeling that every tattoo passes through Photoshop.