Have you seen Orge’s Solstice Mandala Project? He designed 184 mandalas in 184 days, resulting in one amazing book.
Tattoo by Orge Kalodimas at Sake Tattoo in Athens, Greece
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November 19th, 2013 by Julene - -
October 24th, 2013 by Julene - -
It’s crazy to see what happens when subject matt and stylistic approaches intersect. See: Japanese-influenced neotraditional tattoos with some geometry thrown in.
Tattoo by Billy Weigler at Dovetail Tattoo in Austin, TX
October 8th, 2013 by Julene - -
It doesn’t seem like a bull terrier, geometry and dotwork would make for a great cover-up… but look at that, I’ve been proven wrong by a tattooer yet again.
Tattoo by Kris Ciezlik at Caffeine Tattoo in Warsaw, Poland
September 19th, 2013 by Julene - -
Gemma Pariente’s dotwork, mandalas, and geometry are applied, in style as well as subject matter, in a way that is just so completely her own. It was a struggle to pick three pieces of hers to share here. If you aren’t already following her on Instagram or Facebook, now is a great time to do that.
Tattoo by Gemma Pariente at Full Circle Tattoos in San Diego, CA
December 11th, 2012 by Julene - -
I could spend all day browsing the work coming out of 2Spirit Tattoo in San Francisco. If you’re into lines, geometry, and patterns this may also be true for you.
Tattoo by Michael E. Bennett at 2Spirit Tattoo in San Francisco, CA
December 7th, 2012 by Julene - -
June 28th, 2012 by Julene - -
The increasing number of tattoos featuring geometric patterns and shapes speak to the growing popularity of the subject matter, but where is this stuff coming from? A heavy portion of it should be attributed to the ‘geometric genius’ that is Myoshka. Admittedly, I would be unable to answer this question were it not for an interview conducted by Dorrell Merritt at Sang Bleu. Here’s the introduction, just to whet your whistle:
The Enigma of Myoshka, is as equally revered as he is renowned within both the tattoo and art world alike. Inspiring a generation of practitioners, as well as collaborating with the likes of Thomas Hooper, Tomas Tomas and Xed Le Head, he has earned his name as a Geometrical genius: capable of boggling the mind and altering planes of vision through tesselative drawings, designs and Gif Files. Hundreds of dedicated followers of his complex style have shown permanent appreciation through both tattooing and scarring alike, allowing this realm of adornment to constantly have its boundaries tested and pushed forwards.
Read the interview over at Sang Bleu.