Sleeves are a great way to show off your tattoos and your style. When a person sees your sleeve, they can learn a lot about you. And these intense dotwork and geometric sleeves by Alexis Calvie are a statement that you'd be lucky to make.
Calvie has been crushing these pieces at Black Heart Tattoo in France. By using sacred geometry and the dotwork style, he's been able to create some works of art that any person would be fortunate to have on their arm.
Sacred geometry was once used to help construct and beautify churches, temples, and mosques, but now you can carry that same sense of spirituality with you. Who knew that religious pieces didn't always have to be portraits of Jesus and Mary? These pieces are not only inspired by those same religious principles, but they are a different take on stale religious imagery.