Pari Corbitt's tattoos have a razor-sharp aesthetic to them. Stylistically speaking, he dabbles in a number of genres, ranging from the more realistic black and grey work to dark takes on both traditional and neo-traditional, but one thing can be said of all of his work: it's so highly polished that you can practically see your reflection in it.
Corbitts take on the black and grey style is on the darker end of the spectrum, both in aesthetic and subject matter. He employs varying degrees of line weight to give each of his tattoos a pronounced and finely detailed presence on his client's bodies. Be it a buck knife, long-stemmed rose, or skeletal lady head, he employs different intensities of black and grey wash shading breath life into his grim creations.