One for north asia
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 - Franz Liszt
Haircut that’s been long overdue
Unicorns aren’t real… how is there an anatomy diagram for their horn?
Hahahaha, whaaat. That’s…interesting.
What do you mean they aren’t real??
You shut the fuck up.
I would say thats how it makes since!
THEY ARE REAL ! MY MOM TOLD ME THEY WERE !
What’s an appropriate way to say “if I had a dick, I’d fuck these masterpieces?”
While you marinade on that, immerse yourself in the omnipotent woodcut illustrations of Mr. Duke Riley.
The man has undoubtably carved a distinct niche for himself in the business, utilizing an antiquated art form that translates brilliantly to this medium. Inspired by art that has historical significance, he believes in a collaborative approach with his clients, creating an experience as apposed to a session.
"People often come to me and say ‘I want you to tattoo whatever YOU feel like doing.’ I point them in them to a piece of flash I drew of a mermaid, a merman, a sailor, and a pelican having an orgy. They always opt out of that plan."
This is definitely a daily obsession I wouldn’t mind sharing a brew with.
Mr. Duke Riley. http://www.eastrivertattoo.com
You can’t cross the line with the devine Mr Andrey Grimmy, because there are none. Crass, obscure and visceral elements collide to formulate intense compositions that challenge the eye.
There’s a certain sentimental quality to his work. Construed and reminiscent of other mediums, I find myself completely enamoured with his line-less bounds. What I wouldn’t do to get a sneak peak of his process from the inside out.
If there was a facet of the medium deemed “fine art” or “high art,” then daily obsession Andrey Grimmy of Russia would have the title of master.
With pointillist techniques akin to those of Thomas Hooper, Bennett brings forth subjects predicated on the works of MC Escher with a dash of Eastern influence.
One can find this daily obsession at the infamous 2Spirit Tattoo where Bennett works alongside the influential Roxx and other incredible artists who’s works transcend the medium and border on spirituality.