The Quick Brown Fox

IAM: Meatshop Tattoo is really branching out into the abstract with this abstract fox backpiece.  This is one of those tattoos that you’re either going to love or hate.  The aesthetic isn’t for everyone, but for those that do love the style, this is a great example.

5 thoughts on “The Quick Brown Fox

  1. I really just don’t get these scribbly kinds of tattoos. I’m not one to leave negative comments but I can’t help but feel like this really just looks like a child’s doodle- although I guess if the wearer likes it that’s all that really matters. I’m kinda shocked that anyone wants to waste any space they have on their body with this kind of tattoo work. That’s just my opinion though- what is aesthetically pleasing to one person may not be to someone else.

  2. That’s defiantly different, but I really like the design. I just find the colors to be a little off, or not what I would have chosen.

  3. Goddamn, I LOVE it. Love it. I really can’t describe how amazing I think it is.

  4. I know people may find this aesthietically jarring, not quite right, but I get the feeling that there’s some kind of primal, animist thing going on here. There’s a really ancient feel to it, almost like cave paintings. I like how it makes me feel, maybe not so much how it looks.

  5. I’m not sure about the colours, but that could be due to the tattoos freshness. But great composition! Big fan of this style

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