Category: Geometric

Biomechanical Tattoos

Biomechanical art became popular in the late 70s by H.R. Giger, whose darkly surreal visuals of humans fused with machines, has been influencing artists throughout four decades. An example is tattooer Mike Cole who has developed his own colorful style with human organs and tissues replaced with mechanical parts and cosmic elements. It is difficult […]

Nihalani’s Urban Illusions

As a child he was fascinated with magic, so it is no wonder that New York-based artist Aakash Nihalani has made a name for himself creating illusional tape art. His work of cubes, rectangular cuboids and other geometric shapes have animated the streets of Brooklyn, Vienna and New Delhi. Nihalani’s outdoor art has one specific […]