No one ever wants to hear that his or her tattoo artist made a slip-up while working—unless that was the intention. For Russian artist, Lesha Lauz, the “Pixel & Glitch” tattoo technique is an art form that he’s willing to teach other artists. In the mix of his vivid animal tattoos, he adds an additional layer of a digital glitch.
After leaving his last job as an IT Engineer three years ago, Chaim Machley started doing tattoos. But you will rarely see this Berlin-based tattoo artist inking tribal artwork or tramp stamps on anyone, Instead, you’ll likely see Machley working on his signature tattoos with beautiful linear patterns that trace the body of his clients.
Unlike your current love-of-the-moment’s name, these tattoos are understated and will stand the test of time.
Tokyo and Melbourne-based Stanislava Pinchuk, who also goes by Miso, gives “friends and friends-of-friends” as she puts it, these beautiful, minimalistic tattoos in exchange for goods and favors.