Clean lines, not too many details. Paul Colli, resident at Satatttvision in Milan, likes to call his tattoos “ugly and ignorant”. In this interview for Things&Ink blog, Paul Colli explains why and discusses his humble view on current tattoo society, more about Horitomo references and his Monmon cats…
I have always felt very attracted by unconventional beauty, but at the same time I’ve never liked the word ‘unconventional’. We are all unconventional in our own way, we are human and we have the power to express beauty in various ways.
But the perception of beauty is often used and abused by the society we live in…
I am very pleased to present you Caitin Stickels, model, singer, and delicate soul. I invite you to read this interview and try to feel her with your eyes, as she wisely suggests.
When my colleague Cristina told me she was going to Buscalan, to know Whang Od, I remember I immediately felt a great amazement (and a bit of envy, I admit).
I always knew that Cristina did not like the idea of permanently marking her body, and yet I knew that meeting Whang Od would help changing her perspective. In part, it worked!
I believe tattoos are a big part of our own self-exploration, the act of getting tattooed is truly personal and sometimes helps us canalise our identity.
Graziella Andrighetto is an art and tattoo lover, delicate figures flow on her body as she explains her love for this means of expression. Her thoughts and her noncomformist view won’t surely leave you indifferent.
One of the intents of this blog is to show what drives and motivates people to get a tattoo. Each of us faces this art in its own way and I am happy to listen to the views of each of you.
Here Marcus Lundqvist, between a tattoo appointment in America and a European tour with his band Grieved, managed to express a part of his experience.
I admire people who are committed to tattoo art and get tattooed by some of my favourite artists. I follow the journey of many people and Marcus Lundqvist collection is certainly a good one.