South Korean tattooist Oozy tattoos his clients' tools of trade in his signature neat, lovely brand of blackwork.
He's known for his clean lines, fine details, and lovely blackwork. Many of his recent designs feature the daily tools people use in their occupations. There's this guy who got a tattoo of a disembodied hand wielding a kitchen knife, another holding up a pair of tailor's scissors, and one forearm piece where paint brushes of different sizes are all lined up waiting for the artist to pick them up.
We found Oozy's works delightfully ironic in some ways especially with the visible tattoo in the workplace debate going on. His clients happen to hold generally creative jobs, though so it's not like they'd be getting reprimanded by higher-ups any time soon!
Seems like we've got a tattooed lumbersexual here!