Will You Ever Get One Of These Picasso-Inspired Tattoos?
Brace yourselves, people. It seems like there's going to be a new trend in the tattoo world. It's not famous yet but it sure has potential.
Well, I think it looks a bit more tasteful-looking than the aforementioned infinity tattoos. Nonetheless, it's the aesthetic appeal that makes it stand out. And the fact that it's a tribute to a great painter makes it all the more something to admire. It's a piece of art on a piece of art. Artception, call it as you may.
Most of these were Pablo Picasso's line art works, which are pretty much the artist's doodles, random or not. Though, we're certain that it won't be everyone's cup of tea. Not only do some people won't be into the minimalist style, but some might go as far as calling it a disgrace to the works of the artist.
I noticed that this particular piece, a line drawing of Francoise Gilot is the most popular choice for people looking to get a Picasso tattoo.
This one with a watercolour effect is one of my personal favourites among the tattoos here. It gives the sketch an edge.
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If it becomes the next staple tattoo, maybe we won't complain too much. Maybe.
A person who has no idea what a Picasso looks like will be very baffled by your choice of tattoos.
They're simple yet quite intriguing.
This one is another popular choice which is inspired by the Face, Dove.
This one is a part of Guernica.
This one is a horse tattoo in the modified style of The Camel.
Another Picasso-inspired tattoo, a lithograph line drawing.
Another artist's take on Le Rêve.
I'm pretty sure I've seen this somewhere, perhaps a painting. Perhaps, Still Life with a Black Bull Book Palette and Chandelier? Or maybe, Guernica.
Some gnarly sketch of Picasso complete with the signature.
This one is taken from the coloured painting Violin and interpreted into line art.
Ahh, here we go with the bull again! Another Guernica-inspired piece.
A variation of Dove of Peace.
From one of Picasso's quirkiest and simplest sketches, Le Pingouin.
This one's not a Picasso, but you can definitely feel his influence there somewhere. Nonetheless, a nice piece from talented artists.
Picasso had this dog named Lump which was quite close to him, even dying several days before him. Lump was a dachshundwho was often seen hanging around somewhere in Picasso's works. The artist truly adored that dog.
From The Cat.
Tough one, it's either from Picasso's Hands with Bouquet or Bouquet with Hands. Picasso's crazy like that.
From Portrait of Dora Maar.
Finally this one's from Portrait of Stavinsky.