A couple of weeks ago, I did a controversial post on bad stick and poke tattoos. It was controversial because apparently a lot of people have bad stick and poke tattoos and don’t have a sense of humor about it and were really butthurt (word of the day – use
Blank skin is one of the canvasses that Business for Satan has mastered! This young, talented artist is able to apply his out of this world illustrations on to people’s bodies in a beautiful rendering of black ink on flesh. What draws me to his work is how detailed his
OK – first off, let’s get one thing clear: I am generally not a fan of stick and poke tattoos. If you’re going to have ink jammed into your epidermis, you might as well get it done well. There are too many amazing tattoo artists in the world for people to be covered in shitty ballpoint pen drawings.
For those who are unfamiliar with the sanguine-soaked artwork of Vincent Castiglia, now is your time to take note and hold your breath before delving in. Over the course of his highly respected career, he has explored the space we as humans occupy between life and death. The fleeting and
Ricardo Sánchez, aka RS Gráfiko, hails from Puerto Rico, and I’ve been following his Instagram (@rsgrafiko) for some time. This multi-talented artist is prolific in his offerings, presenting some of the most detailed and precise illustration work I’ve seen, as well as tattoo and mural work. His pieces contain so much
Since the last post we did was all about hideous butt tattoos, I wanted to put together a tattoo post that wasn’t about hating on people’s creative expression, because these people are doing it right! Despite the ubiquitous nature of tattoos, I still think that getting your face, neck and