Spotlight: Black and Red Dotwork by Vincent Hocquet

There are so many dotwork geometry tattoo artists right now, but the name of Vincent Hocquet is one you should definitely know.

This Belgian tattoo artist based in St. Idesbald is the founder of tattoo shop Beautiful Freak, where he is working when not travelling worldwide for hot collaborations with other great artists. Specializing in bold and intricate projects on full back, legs, sleeve and more, Vincent Hocquet enjoys playing with the association of black ink and trendy red ink. From geometric dotwork, mandalas, optical illusions to red ink graphic tattoos, he creates psychedelic and daring designs with many visual levels and crazy details.

Check this cool video of Vincent Hocquet collaborating with another dotwork geometry master, Nazareno Tubaro in Argentina...

Want to see more precise dots and two-tones tattoos? Check these and tell us if you would sport them on your own body...

Vincent Hocquet at work, shot by co-worker Eva Mpatshi.
Vincent Hocquet at work, shot by co-worker Eva Mpatshi.
Cool winged feet!
Cool winged feet!
A fascinating sleeve...
A fascinating sleeve...

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Writer for art related medias. Fell in love with tattoo while researching for another passion, crime history. Travelling, admiring, sharing.

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