This piece was alot of fun to do. the client approached me with the idea of doing a hamsa as a tree morphing into a flower of life. I really enjoyed the challenge of designing something that wasn't overtly recognizable and using the braches to form the shape of the hand.More Info
My great client Sarah came to me with this idea of a little girl holding a teddy bear at the edge of a scary forest. I immediately thought of authur rackham and the dark fairytale illustrations that always facinated me a a child. I had alot of fun with this piece and it's something a little different than what I'm used to doing.
here's a black and grey filigree arm sleeve tattoo. Drawn on and completed two days in a row on a gentleman at the Park City Tattoo Convention. The top section shoulder cap was done by the phenominal tattoo artist, Megan Hoogland. Her work is really inspiring and it was an honor to work into and along side her art. Looking forward to get healed pictures. Really tryed to play with dimension and layering the filigree inorder to give it density without cluttering the piece. I love doing these types of tattoos. Looking forward to doing more.
fancy filligree tattoo
black and grey sleeve
fliligree sleeveMore Info
this piece was alot of fun to do! the client, jon, came in with the idea of taking the ancient carvings from newgrange and turning it into a half sleeve. all of this was drawn on and the progression and evolution of this piece was nothing like what we'd originally envisioned. needless to say we were both very please with the results! thanks for looking!More Info
the client, sara ,came in with the idea of having a bramble arrow tattoo trailing down her forearm. it immediately brought me back to when i was little,staring and enthralled at this twisted walkingstick tree in our front yard, which became the direction for this one. more recently i've been doing alot of black and grey tattoos and it was really refreshing to do a subdued nature inspired color tattoo.More Info