By: Will Sheldon
This guy is (still?) apprentice at Saved Tattoo in Brooklyn. He is all ready making some original and amazing stuff so imagine him in a few years. I met him while I was getting tattooed by John Sultana in january and he seems really humble and nice. If I lived closer I would have gotten a piece all ready.
By: Tony Nilsson
Some of the cleanest traditional tattoos you will find in Scandinavia. Tony works at Blue Arms in Oslo. I love his lady heads too.
By: Tamara Santibanez
Lower arm tattoos are cool and snake tattoos are cool so combining them is great.
If you live in Australia and are into japanese tattoos this is a guy worth looking at.
And now for something different: a handsome dude
By: Robert Ryan
There was a point with tattooing where I realized that looking at photos of tattoos on your phone or laptop is kind of counter intuitive when it comes to enjoying and feeling wheter a tattoo speaks to you or not. Some tattoos are very direct and you go “wow!” and feel it in your gut the same second the picture loads. But others, for me: this one, I need to think “If I saw this on somebody I met in person, what kind of experience would I get from the tattoo?” It helps me see tattoos as tattoos and not flat digital images. In this case the answer is obvious to me. This piece has stopping power and is both unique, strong and beautiful.
By: Philip Yarnell
Some very clean and precise tattoos coming from this young guy
By: Stefano C
Some of the prettiest lady heads this side of the Atlantic. Stefano works at Frith Street in London
By: Robert Ryan
If you talk to your favorite tattoers I bet they will say that one of their favorite tattooers is Robert Ryan. For me his style and ways has grown on me and I find myself digging it more and more every passing month.