The tattoo art of Mitch Allenden.
Avant/Garde Diaries has released a short yet insightful interview with Rick Genest (a.k.a. Zombie Boy), a Canadian model who is known for hisÂ eccentric full-body corpse tattoo. The film’s cinematography is beautifully done byÂ Nadine Elfenbein. See also: “The Confident ‘Zombie Boy.’”
These vintage gloves are part of Ellen Greeneâ€™s work â€śBallad of the Tattooed Lady,â€ť which was created using acrylic paint and ink on leather. â€śThough we are tempted to wear them, the gloves are not wearable. They represent the idea of second skin and hint at a past wearer. They are to be collected,â€ť  […]
This post includes a selection of drawings, a painting, and tattoos by Carlos Torres.
A selection of tattoo designs from studio RedLetter1, by artists Phil Holt, Jeff Srsic, and Chris Reed. Warning: Contains nudity.
South Korean Khan has his own tattoo studio in Japan. Although, Khan had adaptation issues for being a foreigner who was inking traditional Japanese tats; he states that his job is the best in the world and he doesn’t have regrets for moving to Japan.
The tattoo art of Alex de Pase.
For many years, David Corden worked as ventilation engineer, and only in 2006 did he begin tattooing under the apprenticeship of Jim Gambell from Ritual Art Tattoo. Currently a full-time artist at Gambell’s studio, Corden is recognized for his ink art of pin-ups, portraits, and wildlife.
Genko‘s tattoos have various influences from traditional Asian art to cartoons and old school designs. Warning: Contains nudity.
Belgium artist Vincent Hocquet has an interesting tattoo technique that looks like pointillism and watercolor painting. His designs include three-dimensional and geometrical shapes, organic patterns, and optical illusions.