The Italian Job

These gorgeous cuttings (both the healed work and the fresh ones) are by Brenno at Body Factory in Trieste, Italy. Click through for what I think is an even nicer photo of a back collar scarification he did (seriously, it’s worth it).

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20 thoughts on “The Italian Job

  1. I agree with Kristin, I really love how subtle they healed.
    I love the fresh ones done around the nipple, they look awesome.

  2. I typically prefer more prominent scars bit in this case they are very lovely in their subtleness. A bit delicate even.

  3. I’m personally a big fan of gorgeous subtle scarring. This is absolutely beautiful, I hope the fresh stuff heals similarly.

  4. i REALLY like how subtle the old scars are, very nice, they don’t seem…intrusive i guess, like some scars do…they look like they belong there. i’m all about mods looking like they should be there, i had a conversation about this yesterday actually.
    (i’m not, by any means, saying other scars look bad, i just think that some look like they don’t really flow with the person, while these are different.)

  5. Absolutely stunning. The previous cutting is so beautiful – so fine and delicate. It almost looks like a white tattoo.

    Just beautiful :)

  6. the healed ones look like white ink.
    great design + work.
    the neck stuff looks really deep.

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