are taking the world by storm.
The tattoos use real objects like flowers, insects and other natural elements that are painstakingly copied onto people’s skin.
Uniqueness is an understatement when it comes to this inking style, as they can take a lifetime to create due to their complicated nature – just look at the attention to detail!
The artists behind this fantastic work are true masters in their field – take a look at the pictures below to see what we’re talking about.
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Ikebana series #4
This painting was done after I read a book about how to arrange flowers in Japanese-style. I really like the rustic feel of this painting because the materials used in the arrangement are not ordered, but instead just thrown together in an unsystematic way that echoes my own feeling when arranging flowers.
“The Japanese name for grapevine is “”suisen”” (literally, “”snake well””). The reason for this becomes evident if one looks at the way in which the shoots grow. Grapevines are cultivated primarily to produce fruit, but since they also produce attractive foliage, these vines are often used for decorative purposes, especially in the winter. The vines are only cultivated for their…
TURMERIC WATERCOLOR ON PAPER This Photorealistic watercolor of turmeric, has bright hues of reds and pink. The crimson and rose colors make this painting look like a sunset at a botanical garden. The vibrant color scheme is perfect for an entryway or bedroom, because it will instantly lift your mood.
The art is called Ikebana and is an art form (yōga) practised mainly in Japan, whose purpose is to bring about a mood of sober meditation through the arrangement of flowers. The term ikebana derives from the words ikeru (生) and hana (花), meaning “live flowers”. Ikebana was created in the late 13th century by Chinese priest Dōyū, who came…