"Digital and Reality Combine" Heart Tattoo

Thanks to Kaytee for sharing her partially pixelated heart tattoo (“Digital and Reality Combine”) done by Joe Drache at Accent Tattoo & Piercing in Ukiah, CA.

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18 thoughts on “"Digital and Reality Combine" Heart Tattoo

  1. Neat tattoo. Anybody that likes this should check out Nick Baxter’s work (of Transcend Tattoo in Connecticut). Other than his work just being amazing, he pretty much perfected this style (and as far as I know was one of the first to play around with the theme of partial pixelation).

  2. IS it the picture or my eyes? Its an awsome lookin tat, but it looks like there is a blow out on the top right 1/4 black pixel. I could be just to stoned too…

  3. i saw this done in a tattoo magazine years ago except it was a sleeve of autumn leaves. it was beautiful and i, sady, dont remember who the artist was.

  4. Too bad green.plasticjen, I’d love to see that, as I have a great love for autumn leaves.

  5. Nick Baxter was the first thing I thought of, too. Though I knew right off the bat this wasn’t one of his, because, no offense, Nick’s work is better.

    The heart is cute, though!

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