Our Tattoo Gallery of the week dedicated to Masks

Masks are a recurring subject in most styles of tattoo, ideal material for the imagination of the tattooist and their interpretations.

They are rooted in folk history and some of the traditional Japanese or Tribal masks draw on dark/horror imagery. The tattooist plays with them and transforms them into new images, making use of unusual details, traditional decorations, modifying their original traits.

A selection of these images gives rise to an utterly eclectic gallery, where the mask becomes a means of expressing your personality and at the same time hiding it behind the beauty of the art of tattoo, playing around with your very identity.

See our choice for you and find your favourite Mask tattoo!

Wendy Pham, Private Studio, Melbourne, Australia Victor Chil, Family Art Tattoo, Barcelona, Spain Tomo, Silk Needle Tattoo, Nagaoka, Japan Samantha Barber, Sam Barber Tattoo, Manchester, UK Paul Acker, The Séance Tattoo Parlor, Bensalem, USA Neil Dransfield, Heartache And Heartbreak Tattooing, Leeds, UK Lucky Luchino, Ondo Tattoo, Barcelona, Spain London Reese, The Black Lantern, Dana Point, USA Justin Hartman, The Grand Reaper, San Diego, USA Eliot Kohek, Private Studio, Annecy, France Dumitru Todirica, Mirel Tattoo Art Gallery, Mannheim, Germany Dr Pepper, Dr Pepper Tattoo Shop, Athens, Greece Diogo Nunes, Remis Tattoo, Dublin, Ireland Ching, Ching Tattoo, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan Alex Pancho, Pancho Tattoo, Gorinchem, Netherlands Matt Beckerich, Fountainhead, New York, USA

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