The broad strokes of a paintbrush is normally what one would use to create this image, but not Joey Pang. Her studies of calligraphy have paid off, enabling her to transfer her skills from one medium to another.
It might be a little hard to read the lettering on this 3d tearaway tattoo by Graham from Gypsy Heart Tattoo Studio in Denton Manchester, but that’s only because I had to shrink it down to fit the page. The text in this leg piece is dialogue from the “foot massage” conversation in Pulp Fiction. You can see the full sized image in the lettering tattoo gallery.
Normally when I post something from Sonja, it’s an elaborate geometric design. This is a little different, but you can still see just how well she can work a needle when it comes to dotwork. Oh, and stay tuned today as there’s going to be a lot more awesome from her.
Frida Freak to be specific. From what I gather she’s a musician, writer, artist, and performer from Russia, and she’s nice enough to contribute some photos to BME.
I really should have come up with a better title for this, but I was left pretty speechless after looking at it. Just when I thought I knew all of the artists from Tattoo Temple, another shows up and proves once again that the temple is the place to go if you want a tattoo that looks like it was painted on with a calligraphy brush.
Tattoo by Jamie from Tattoo Temple, located in Hong Kong.
Ever been in a situation where you don’t want to talk to a person anymore, but can’t find a way out of the conversation? Here’s one technique that could work.
Tattoo by Timmo BRC
And yes, those are the legs from yesterday’s BMEGirl.
The lettering on his chest is credited to Nigel Smith from Murray Bridge Tattoo.
Here’s something on the minimal side to get your Monday started off right.
As you probably have already guessed by the watermark, this is the handiwork of Gábor Zagyvai from Budapest, Hungary.