Spotlight: André Cruz's Trash Tattoos

Spotlight: André Cruz's Trash Tattoos

André Cruz calls his tattoo style as Trash Tattoo, and he covers the bodies of his clients with bold and creative design. What do you think?
Bold torso, sleeve and leg piece.
Tattoo artist André Cruz calls his own style of art Trash Tattoo. But his tattoos are not trashy, their unique style is just experimenting with modern techniques and aesthetics. Inspired by contemporary tattoo artists such as Peter Aurisch, Ondrash and Little Swastika, the Brasilian artist is creating bold pieces with creative effects. A bit of abstraction, a bit of watercolor effects as well as sketch style and graffiti: these are some of the ingredients of André Cruz curious art. His clients are offering their bodies as canvas for his creations. Animals, surrealistic creatures and bizarre designs are inhabitating the eye-catching portfolio of the artist. How do you find it? Is it trash or modern? Beautiful or bizarre? Get a better idea by visiting his Facebook page.
Charming stomach piece.
Original giraffe tattoo!
Fun rabbit girl.
Impressive fox hip piece...
Colorful hot air balloon.
Inspiring lettering on the side.
Mother's love...
This pink flamingo almost broke the internet...
Bold face tattoo...
Surrealistic piece.
Another bold lettering.
Cool bear tattoo.
Huge horse piece.
Almost classic dragon.
For all artists...
A leg on your leg? Bizarre.
That's another level...
Two jaw-dropping pieces...
The artist André Cruz working at a tattoo convention.
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