This Amazing Tattoo Artist Turns Iconic Paintings Into Tiny Tattoos

This Amazing Tattoo Artist Turns Iconic Paintings Into Tiny Tattoos

Turkish tattooist Eva Krdbk is known for creating beautifully unconventional body art. Last year, we marveled at her cross-stitch style tattoos for their f

Gael Ricci Tattoos  Gael Ricci is a tattoo and painter artist, working at the club “Gael Ricci Tattoo” in Sainte-Maxime (France). Specialist of dots and realistic illustration, he reproduces, with a lot of precision, body fresco inspired by art, animals or graphic and geometric forms. Among these drawings, we find the dove of Picasso and the elephants of Dali.

Gael Ricci Tattoos

Gael Ricci Tattoos Gael Ricci is a tattoo and painter artist, working at the club “Gael Ricci Tattoo” in Sainte-Maxime (France). Specialist of dots and realistic illustration, he reproduces, with a lot of precision, body fresco inspired by art, animals or graphic and geometric forms. Among these drawings, we find the dove of Picasso and the elephants of Dali.

Love this. Salvador Dali clock on crescent moon.

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Woman with Flower Head (Salvador Dali) Tattoo by Steven Hayes at Black Gold Tattoo Co.

Woman with Flower Head (Salvador Dali) Tattoo by Steven Hayes at Black Gold Tattoo Co.

A delicate outline of a Dali masterpiece.

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My most recent obsession is one of many images by Salvador Dali in which he adds a bunch of drawers to a human figure. If you do a Google image search for “Dali drawers”, you’ll see what I mean.  The most famous piece is probably his “Anthropomorphic Cabinet.” But this is the drawing that caught my attention. It’s a sketch for part of a 4-panel screen. (I haven’t found any images of the final work, and as far as I know the project was never completed.)

My most recent obsession is one of many images by Salvador Dali in which he adds a bunch of drawers to a human figure. If you do a Google image search for “Dali drawers”, you’ll see what I mean. The most famous piece is probably his “Anthropomorphic Cabinet.” But this is the drawing that caught my attention. It’s a sketch for part of a 4-panel screen. (I haven’t found any images of the final work, and as far as I know the project was never completed.)

33.8k Likes, 379 Comments - Eva Krbdk (@evakrbdk) on Instagram: “The Persistence Of Memory (Belleğin Azmi), 1931 Salvador Dali #miniaturetattoos #minimaltattoo…”

33.8k Likes, 379 Comments - Eva Krbdk (@evakrbdk) on Instagram: “The Persistence Of Memory (Belleğin Azmi), 1931 Salvador Dali #miniaturetattoos #minimaltattoo…”

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