Time and time again, Vincent Hocquet’s designs have blown our collective minds. How he manages to weave in spiritual symbols with geometric shapes and abstract art. He is truly a master at what he does. Here he is at work on his friend Rob’s bodysuit, which is turning out beautifully.
I seriously could look at Sonja‘s works for hours. Her geometric stippling tattoos are consistently phenomenal, both in technique and design. What I like most about this particular design is that it maintains it’s proportions across the entire piece, adjusting to the various curves and shapes of the leg.
Forgive the confusing title. I’m currently nursing my addled brain back to competency after staring at this Vincent Hocquet piece for the past hour.
I sense a trip to Beautiful Freak Tattoo in Belgium in my future.
Doesn’t it just feel like Germany has all the luck sometimes? Not to stereotype an entire nation, of course, but when some of your more notable exports include hearty beer, tasty sausages, efficient automobiles and, based on what we have the privilege of posting here, excellent tattoo artists, it’s hard not to be just a little jealous. This beautiful confluence of stippling and blackwork, for example, comes to us from Sonja at Amazon Tattoo in Oberhausen, Germany. See? Jealous.