Category: Tattoo

Lifo Kim

THE TROPHIES OF LIFE AND DEATH Lifo Kim is an illustrator and tattoo artist based in South Korea. Each illustration features broken objects, burning candles, sacrificial knives, royal skulls, opium pipes or chiseled chess pieces, carefully exposed like the trophies of a cabinet of curiosities. In this place, oriental deities seems to haunt shadows creatures:  […]

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Alan Padilla

QUE VIVA MEXICO ! Born in Hidalgo, Estado de Mexico, Alan Padilla moved to the United States. He started drawing when he was a young man. He acquired his talent from his mom who was a painter and his dad who worked as an architect. As a teenager, Alan had a rebel spirit and even […]

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Angelique Houtkamp

TATTOOS FROM THE ROARING TWENTIES Angelique Houtkamp is a Dutch artist and tattooist. She mixes classic old school tattoo imagery with mythological dreams, anthropomorphised creatures, nautical iconography, and haunting Hollywood romance, with her distinctive painterly magic and eye for style. Outré Gallery has published two monographs on Angelique: Tattoo Darling and Tattoo Mystique. Angelique Houtkamp […]

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Léo Dorfner

A CACOPHONY OF CULTURES Worlds collide in the work of Léo Dorfner; we see high art, mythology and popular media combine to create an azure-inked cacophony of cultures. Dorfner, a Parisian native, was educated at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts. Dorfner’s work acts as a crystallization of today. Just as we exist in a […]

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Andrea Baiardo

AN ENTOMOLOGY MANIAC AND PLANT LOVER Andrea Baiardo, aka Subliquida, is an italian self-taught artist, entomology maniac, curiosities collector, plant lover and passionate gardener. Due to his incredibly strong bond with every aspect of the natural world, he started drawing at a very young age. He set free his wild spirit and vivid imagination, neglecting […]

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Rudy-Jan Faber

FROM CARTOONS TO REALISM Rudy-Jan Faber’s professional work currently consists mainly of book illustration for young readers. His personal oeuvre is difficult to define within one single style or movement as he loves working in various styles (and specializing in them all), ranging from cartoons to realism, and works both in digital as traditional media. […]

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