Dr. Woo is one of the most in demand tattoo artists. It's clear to see why as his fine lines, circles and dots create impressive and unique geometric shapes, animals and objects. He is a resident artist at the Shamrock Social Club in L.A and the waiting list is over 6 months.
Dr. Woo is on Instagram.
Here's a great collection of artists that everyone should get to know. Each artist offers something different and all telling very different stories with their work.
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Asking for help online can sometimes be a bad idea. This case proves that, but with a lot of humor. This man just wanted a fix for his photograph with the Eiffel Tower and what he got in return was far from what he wanted, but almost exactly what he asked for.
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This is a beautiful set of illustrations by artist Puuung. You can see more of his work on their own website.
I think what Puuung is trying to convey is that the simple everyday moments are the one's you want to remember.
Some Instagrammers were invited to the press preview of Light Show where they were able to snap some early photos of the upcoming exhibition. Many of them also made their way to Luminous, to capture Jones' dazzling work.
Na Young Wu, also known as Obsidian (@00obsidian00) on Twitter, is a Korean artist who has created character illustrations for games such as Japanese mobile game Furyoudou~Gang Road~ and Korean production Age of Storm: Kingdom Under Fire Online.
"A bronze bull head fountain is suddenly transformed into a minotaur. A decrepit corner of an alley becomes a holding pen for ostriches. If any of these odd happenings sound familiar to you, you’re probably living in Paris and have just witnessed the work of French artist Charles Leval. Going by the name Levalet, the artist ...
"A recent renovation of London Children’s Hospital combines multiple art styles and mediums to create a whimsical patchwork of kid-friendly designs. Young patients feel at home among the vibrant colors and exaggerated patterns that now decorate each ward, lobby and elevator. The three-year-old hospital commissioned more than ...