One of the biggest challenges for me and the Tattoo Life editorial staff is to discover, explore, and never miss a news item, appointment, or event which is significant for the international tattoo scene, or which might produce something new for this art form. The tattooists presented on these pages are people whom we have followed carefully on social networks; we keep an eye on the work they are producing, observe how it evolves, and then choose the right moment to interview them. (from “Keep your electric eyes on the world” – the editorial by Miki Vialetto)
Cover Girl: Yana Sinner – Tattooed Mona Lisa
Alexander Grim: My Scandinavian Noir
From St. Petersburg to Prague, on a path filled with light and darkness, strange and mysterious creatures, elves, contemporary fairies, and so much more.
Red Point Tattoo: Claudia De Sabe, Teide, Yutaru – All the way from tradition to innovation
It’s the place: Red Point is a home for art created by Claudia De Sabe, Yutaro and Teide, who have come together with the same, shared intentions: to banish their egos, create, follow their own personal inspiration, and play to their own tune…
Rodrigo Souto: The lightness of being a flower
Just one subject for each tattoo: nothing more, except a very clean and essential background. Rodrigo Souto creates amazing Japanese peonies. An expert combination of colors, shading, and movement make these flowers – according to Japanese tradition – so light and beautiful that they seem to float on the body.