With the Art and Magic of Oriental Style everything is possible

Images from Tibetan, Hindu and Thai culture are often reinterpreted by the greatest tattoo masters. The Oriental iconography is an inexhaustible source of inspiration and a vital tool for any tattoo artist dealing with the symbolism of these ancient cultures.

If you like this kind of tattos, take a look at our gallery and don’t miss “Shakti-7” by Jondix, now on special offer! 
Johan Svahn, Malmo Classic Tattoo, Malmo Sweden Calle Corson, King Carlos Tattoo, Stockholm, Sweden Yoni Zilber, NY Adorned, New York City, USA Ching, Ching Tattoo, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan Lucky Luchino, Ondo Tattoo, Barcelona, Spain Jorge Teran, Private Tattoo Studio, Marbella, Spain Andrea Furci, Seven Doors Tattoo, London UK Abian LaMotta, La Flor De La Vida Tattoo, Puerto De La Cruz, Spain Sway, Sacred Electric Tattoo, Leeds, UK Flo Nuttall, Swan Song Tattoo, Rome, Italy Jondix, Seven Doors, London, UK Jondix, Seven Doors, London, UK

In this amazing book you’ll find classic illustrations respectfully reinterpreted with devotion by one of contemporary tattoo art’s greatest interpreters of oriental style. Mudras, landscapes, animals, plants, dragons, and mythical creatures, over 1000 subjects, designed with simple black lines which Jondix assembles to create mythological scenes or simple, everyday, ornamental images. SHOP NOW >>

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