Gorgeous Tattoo Coverup

I love this coverup done by Diau-An (and designed by the wearer, Cohen) at Diau-An Tattoo in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. He writes, “after many years and many layers of ink I designed something to make it all a more cohesive whole.”

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21 thoughts on “Gorgeous Tattoo Coverup

  1. Makes me want to get sleeves, and then cover up 95% of them. That’s amazingly awesome. I love the sense of texture.
    I heart black-work.

  2. Normally the only blackwork I really like is when it’s big and bold, like sleeves. But this just goes above and beyond. I can’t stop looking at them.

  3. I really can’t stop looking at this. The effect on his forearms is fascinating. Reminds me of the effects that sprayers are getting by squirting cream cleanser randomly on the surface prior to spraying. Unique.

  4. great great great

    amazing way to resolve a cover up
    so estetic

    congrats for the creator and the art owner

  5. Amazing. How is it so very black? It looks a lot blacker than most I’ve seen, is it just the pictures?

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