One in a while you can spot one of these. If on the streets or on social media a Skull on the hand is always worth a look. Here in the ChaosCrew we had to tattoo one of these but not only in black and gray but with a pretty cool blue light effect behind the holes of the skull. Doing something a bit different is always a nice unique thing to do and even tho the skull on the hand is not the most original tattoo ever created due to the little twist it creates an important personal touch.
Neumie, our specialist for everything polynesian always amazes everyone with his fantastic planned out pieces that are almost always drawn directly on the skin. It takes a lot of dedication, sweat and hard work to get to this point. In this case the two masks got designed bevor in close discussion with the customer to have them fit perfectly with the customers vision, after they got placed Neumie began with the pattern around them. Neumie’s Maori-Style tattoos are always a great example for some interesting patterns and great compositions that will flow beautifully with the body structure and the musculature.
Here we set the focus on a single thing, this colourful peony. It's in front of some typical Japanese windbars and surrounded by cherry blossoms. The Japanese Style never disappoint if done by the right artist. The bold lines that get used in this style are always there to support the colours to the maximum and for a reason, because the fade between colours is outstanding in this flower. The contrast between the purple on the leaves that then fades to yellow towards the middle is just a stunning thing to look at.
Tigers are considered sacred and divine creatures in many cultures. According to Hindu mythology, the tiger serves as the vehicle of goddess Durga at the time of battle. Besides their spiritual importance, they also play a significant role in maintaining the biodiversity of an ecosystem. As an apex predator, the tiger sits at the top of the food chain. They have no natural predators, but they remain vulnerable to poaching and human interference. This arm started as a cover up for something that wasn't looking good anymore and was placed wrong. Meanwhile, the Tattoo got expanded over the whole arm and soon will be continued onto the upper inner arm.
Every art has its few difficulties, and water is one of them. In this Forest scene we see the river taking on a big portion of the area and is the main focus, so seeing someone portray water so realistic like here is a rare sight. Thumbs up to Luca, our specialist for realism / photorealistic tattoos.
A sloth holding on tho a few balloons isn't something you would call normal, but on the skin you can unfold your ideas how ever you want and you will be guaranteed that our amazing tattoo-artists create something amazing just for you!
What once started with a single, small coverup was meanwhile expanded into a Full side torso tattoo that is continuing even on the legs and who is to say this is finished yet?
Same arm, similar style, colourfull and a completely different outcome! Here we have an angel, dressed in black. The tears and the shading of the wings are both coloured in blue. The coloured shading, instead of the usual gray shading in the this design much more cartoony, this matches with the eyes. The girl is peeking out of some clouds wich makes the tattoo perfect for a gap filler.
An eye on the elbow is something you don't see every day. The tattoo got designed in an oldchool theme but not without exceptions. For instance the eye it self is not really old-school, nor is the frame. But overall it fits to the rest of the arm. Since it's not a coloured tattoo, it has to shine threw its shading and contrast. The eye it self is balanced in shading, but what aren't are the flowers, the empty space in them lets them pop out in front of the dark leaves surrounding them. Since the flower leaves are not coloured, they make the tattoo fade beautifully into the surrounding skin.
In this tattoo, we have managed to incorporate a lot of out customer's wishes into it. Th Compass, the feathers, not only at the end of the arrow but also on the front. The arrow also got a plant climbing around it and of course the 2 coordinates. It's a restless design, tamed by all the symmetry and the geometric shapes that contrast the busy style.
There are a lot of full sleeve concepts, but seeing a horror full sleeve is not a common sight! It's thrilling looking at all those horrific pictures, some more deep than others, while all have a really scary matching…
A continuation of a full bodysuit... Maori, always a unique experience for every customer and a complete pleasure to look at when it's "finished". So much detail, all those delicate and different patterns combined into one big piece of art. The good thing about Maori or Polynesian tattoos is that you can choose things that are important to you and integrate them fittingly into the tattoo.
Flowers are a common thing to be getting tattooed, which isn't bad. They are something organic, that can be shaped, design wise, into a lot of positions to fit perfectly to the spot they get tattooed on. Also, they do have a lot of Symbolism to them. Here we do have a combination of a realistic style but in an abstract composition. The man walking along the lone road with nothing else in mind. This tattoo has a movie poster vibe to it. It looks original, even with the common themes it has.