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I’ve been a little slack with posting new work on here lately. I was overseas for a couple of weeks and i’ve been mad busy with all sorts of projects. Anyway, here’s a drawing I finished recently....

This is my tattoo. He's a screech owl illustration of mine, and his name is Rufous Hollow. <3 -Heather Legge-Click

Thomas Hooper is a tattoo artist, illustrator and designer who lives in New York city. Although he is not currently taking new clients for tattoos, Hooper’s renown as an exceptional tattoo artist remains. His signature mandala pattern style is unique and although others have tried to mimic his work, Hooper’s tattoo designs have a quality of composition that is unreachable by most.

Gelatin silver photograph showing Private Burchall and L/Corp. Griffith displaying their tattoos. 1944. Tattoos in Australia from between c.1857 & c.1948

from My Modern Met

Surreal Animal Hybrid Tattoos Look Like Quirky Sketchbook Drawings

Italian-born, London-based illustrator and tattoo artist Otto D'Ambra is known for his avant-garde style, which primarily depicts hybrid animals combined with illustrations seemingly plucked from Boardwalk Empire. D'Ambra is a multi-faceted artist, who began his career as a set designer and evolved over time into body art and etching. In 2012, he opened The White Elephant Studio in London as a creative base for artists. A quick look at D'Ambra's tattoos and it becomes clear j...

from illusion.scene360.com

Cisco’s Tattoos from 2014

Cisco’s blackwork is much stronger than his full-colored #tattoos. The way he boldly outlines and shades with linear hatching and dots, there’s an old-school illustration quality to it. http://illusion.scene360.com/art/71103/ciscos-tattoos-from-2014/

from Lost At E Minor: For creative people

London-based tattoo artist Liam Sparkes

Liam Sparkes’s medium is ink on skin. He is a tattoo artist based out of London, mostly. His tattoo imagery looks of old school book illustrations and woodblock prints. I like the lines and cross hatches.

Jack W. Groves was born in 1925 of British descent. During the late 1940s and early 1950s, Groves visited Apia, Samoa, creating an extensive collection of drawings depicting tattoos he had seen on the Samoan population Now part of the British Museum’s collection, Groves’s drawings offer a unique insight mid 20th century tattoo practices in Samoa. The British Museum’s online collection holds 56 examples of Groves’s drawings, primarily illustrations of tribal tattooing on Samoan men (of the…

Samoan Woman's Malu Jack W. Groves was born in 1925 of British descent. During the late 1940s and early 1950s, Groves visited Apia, Samoa, creating an extensive collection of drawings depicting tattoos he had seen on the Samoan population Now part of the British Museum’s collection, Groves’s drawings offer a unique insight mid 20th century tattoo practices in Samoa. The British Museum’s online collection holds 56 examples of Groves’s drawings, primarily illustrations of tribal tattooing on…