Seoul-based tattooer Hikari 5 shares the ups and downs of tattooing and tattoo culture in South Korea.
The Seoul-based tattooer draws inspiration from pop culture and Magritte
In order to learn about Eastern art, Jondix flew around the world and immersed himself in other cultures to perfect his tattoo style.
Lil B creates statuesque black and grey tattoos infused with the spirit of street art.
Tristen Zhang brings Sun Wukong, aka the Monkey King, to life with his striking take on the neo-Japanese style.
I recently had the pleasure of getting tattooed by experimental blackwork extraordinaire, Watsun Atkinsun, and it was a magical experience.
An exciting and rather exclusive trend has developed in the tattoo scene: tattooists are creating portraits of their fellow tattooists.
Fusing the traditional Japanese style with his own 21st-century sensibilities, Stace Forand makes some of the wildest Irezumi in the world.
When it comes to typographic tattoos, no one has quite as much swag as Norm and his outspoken script.
This epic tattoo by Mariusz Romanowicz tells the story of how one crusader saved 15,000 souls by slaying a dragon.
Lions, Tigers, and Bears — oh my! This Manhattan-based artist is the queen of the jungle when it comes to fine-line portraits.
This artist creates Batman tattoos based on the illustrations of some of the best comic book artists ever to draw the Dark Knight.
This Philly gem will make you feel positive, supported, and free.
By imbuing her work with a tremendous amount of personality, Valerie Vargas makes traditional tattoos that stand out from the crowd.
The vibrant colors found in Zihee's floral tattoos rival that of their real life counterparts.
This tattooists majestic paintings of traditional Japanese dragons are on display at Senaspace Art and Tattoo in NYC.
The eye is the gateway to the soul, but does that also apply to marvelous black and grey tattoos of eyes?
This large-scale tattoo by Rodrigo Melo captures the mythology between the warring brothers responsible for bad weather.
This woman is pioneering the way for other aspiring female Irezumi tattooists outside of Japan.
This artist makes wild traditional tattoos of pop culture icons like ET, Freddy Krueger, Gandhi, Sub-Zero, and more.
Tattoos of the Grim Reaper have never been so laid back.
In this episode of SESSIONS, Sean McCready works on a realistic underwater-themed leg sleeve.
The second volume of Todd Noble’s “Look of Love” is a lady-head gold mine.
In this episode of Sessions, Keir McEwan gets down to business on an iconic traditional back-piece.