Heavy blackwork

I’m in part posting this because I need to test the new WordPress plugins for IAM (if you check my personal blog later today I’ll add instructions. Anyway, this impressive bodysuit (front and back) is from the Oslo Tattoo Convention:

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12 thoughts on “Heavy blackwork

  1. Awesome! Dan DiMiattia has a very special talent for blackwork. I hope, one day, to have him cover my face and head with something equally original.

  2. The tattoo is so good that it takes a while for you to realize that he’s standing naked in the middle of a kind of crowded room… it looks so natural, as if the tattoos are his clothes.

  3. I didn’t know that was Dan’s work. It seems a little more solid black than I would expect but its beautiful in any case. I also agree with the other poster that it looks like he’s clothed instead of standing naked in a room full of dressed people. top notch work and a great suit concept. Makes you wish you lived in Belgium doesn’t it?

  4. Didn’t know it was a copy. Argh!! Goes to show how much better it looks in the original version. At least my comments about Dan’s work and wanting to live in belgium are still relevant!

  5. I wonder if he has matching shoes and hat to complete the ensamble…? Is that Armani…?

  6. Does anyone know if there are pictures of the front of this guy available anywhere- an Oslo roundup perhaps?

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