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.
The tattoo art of Filip Leu. Warning: Contains nudity.
Jondix, a tattoo artist, spent years studying art from Thailand and North India. Whether itâ€™s dotwork or large-scale black-and-grey body art, he incorporates Asian design principles into his work, sometimes including dark Giger-like elements. Photos Â© Jondix
If I were getting a tattoo, I would probably choose artist Jun Cha to ink it. His work is technically phenomenal, and because he essentially does grey scale imagery, it adds a timeless yet three-dimensional feel to the art.
Bob Tyrrell only began tattooing in his 30s. Today, he is highly recognized in the industry as a specialist in horror theme, and black and grey tattoos.
Specializing in realistic tattoos, Den Yakovlev has inked a wide variety of themes from underwater scenes to portraits of famous film directors.
Although, I do not have any tattoos due to ink allergies, I have always been an admirer of this art technique. You have to be a very talented artist to be able to draw realistic images on skin (especially because skin textures are so varied). A good example is the dark-style tattoos of Victor Portugal.
Aside from all the drinking, it is pretty interesting to see tattooist David Tevenal draw and color by hand.
The amazing skin art of Mike DeVries. He is considered one of the best tattooists in the world.