My favorite tattoo by Russian artist Pavel Roch is the one shown above. The scene looks almost like a watercolor with soft shading and white highlights. And I wonder how this will look on the clientâ€™s arm ten years from now. Another realistic tattooer worth viewing isÂ Den Yakovlev.
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.
A relative up-and-comer in the tattoo industry, Autumn Dancer has rapidly become an in-demand artist. Describing her style as a sort of “magical photorealism,” Dancer’s dark fantasy tattoos breath life into creatures that could not possibly exist in reality. While her professional time is dedicated to working on clients and attending conventions like the Van […]
“My biggest muse is psychedelia,” Joanna Ĺšwirska tells me. “My visions inspire the work, a controlled mess of surrealism with a lot of bright colors… My dreams come true every day.” This petite Polish artist, tattooingÂ as DĹĽo Lama, spends her time wandering the mountains, tumbling into wild trances. Fascinated with the unknown, hunting for an […]
With so many innovative creators in the world, it should come as no surprise the amount of fantastic submissions we received in 2015. Our community members have shared projects theyâ€™ve labored over and poured their hearts into. This year, the submissions were very diverse: tattoo art, spray painting, origami, short films, industrial design, and jewelry […]
At the start of 2014, we closed Scene 360 website to focus on Illusion online magazine. We welcomed new writers to the team, expanded our Tattoo section and opened new ones like Cinema and Erotic. Published longer articles and interviews. Focused on what you (the reader) are interested in, and wrote articles based on that. […]
Warning: Contains nudity. New York based artist Erik Jones combines two art styles in his paintings: photo-realism and abstractionism. He paints colorful shapes around and over the modelâ€™s face and body as if it were a helmet, or shield. Jones is able to achieve this layered look with the use of various materials such as […]
Using Derwent watercolor pencils,Â Dino Tomic draws realistic portraits and anatomy studies filling almost completely each piece of paper. And although Tomic is being featured for his drawings, he is actually a tattooist and airbrush artist working in his own studio in Norway. He is definitely not a man of just one art medium, so it […]