The column dedicated to the art of tattooing continues: today to keep us company 3 Tattoo Artists with completely different styles!
Today it has an international flavor, because to express itself will not only be the voice of Italy…Wait we will present an Italian artist together with two foreign artists.
Each of these tattoo artists has an unmistakable style… and will bring some art into your IG feeds!
Yeray Perez, in art Ikos has really great qualities!
Directly from the beautiful city of Barcelona, Yeray is a 26 year old boy but his tattoos look like those of a lived artist.
He started tattooing at the age of 21, after a long period of drawing graffiti.
His own style, Freak Neo-traditional, combines the New School Comic Book with the neo-traditional.
His subjects are mainly cartoon and anime and what distinguishes him is the precision and sharpness of the colors, expertly mixed.
His characters are realistic, faithful reproductions… seem to come alive on people’s skin.
He works in the Malibu Tattoo Studio of Barcellona.
Following it on IG will definitely put some playfulness to your feeds, especially if you love comics and cartoons!
The grotesque characters of Ruco.
Like every Thursday, we chose an artist with a dark and tormented character!
He is Simone Ruco. Born and raised in Rome, Ruco always knew that in life he would be an artist.
While attending the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, he tattooed in his living room, slowly cultivating his dream.
His style cannot be defined, it is the result of his thoughts and not of a careful or obsessive categorical research.
His Tattoos, in fact, are appreciated because they are spontaneous, they are an “upside down” of emotions.
In an interview for Tattoo Life magazine, Ruco stated referring to his subjects:
I have often noticed that my works are the mirror of my mood. Looking at them from a certain distance you see when I’m more serene, when I’m sad, when I feel like joking. Some works are very dynamic, others more static. Often the subjects are grotesque, like caricatures. I like that they have elements that bring them back to the real world, even if they don’t seem to come from there.
We just have to invite you to support this great Italian artist, who already has 113,000 followers!
The last Tattoo Artist of today is Sebastian Kandinsky, aka Skandinsky.
Directly from the romantic France, precisely from Lyon, this artist, born in 1989, has a trait as clean as any.
His tattoos are mainly in red and black, the colors used since the first, traditional tattoos.
Sebastian started tattooing almost for fun…he wanted to try on himself and his friends and the result was the birth of what would later become a great passion as well as profession.
His curiosity has blossomed like this, and today it can be said that he has reached very high levels.
Skandinsky is self-taught and stressed in various interviews that it was precisely this reason that led him to the style we see today.
The “dotted” design and the old school roses were the basis from which it began to arrive at illustrations with an original character.
In an interview for Tttism he stated speaking of his style:
I would describe my style as something between abstract, traditional and ornamental tattoos.
Undisputed protagonists remain the flowers!
Looking at the bodies of people tattooed by Skandinsky is really a pleasure for the sight, so why not follow his IG profile?
If you liked this article, don’t miss the Tattoo Artists of last week!
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