Thursday, 6 February 2014

Top 10 Tattoo Artists in the World!:)

Aaron Cain: He is tattooing since 1991and has developed the biomechanical tattoo style. Cain’s tattoos can be
distinguished by thick lines and hard edges amid the cluster that is biomechanical. Not only is he on the top of the tattooing field Cain produces a full line of custom tattoo equipment.

Paul Booth: The name Paul Booth immediately brings images of death and mayhem to mind. An established tattooist and artist Booth is well known in the tattoo industry for his almost lifelike portraits of everything evil. He has devoted nearly 20 years of his life to the art of tattoo. His unparalleled dedication to the evolution of his craft has garnered him numerous awards around the globe, top tier magazine features (among them, many cover stories), public and television appearances.

Nick Baxter: He is well known for his gorgeous large scale color tattoos. “Tattoos are an exciting and especially rewarding medium to work in, as the personal interaction and displaying of the work is a large part of it. However, there are some visual limitations to working on skin, but a lot of the challenge and fun for me is to figure out effective ways around these, to try to push the genre to new heights and possibilities.” Baxter Says.

Ryan Dearringer: He is an award winning, custom tattoo artist at Sacred Ink, in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is among a new breed of tattoo artists, who attempt to blend art, in all its wonders and splendors, into the world of tattoo. He pulls inspiration for his tattoo work from all styles and influences of art, and attempts to push the boundaries of tattoo to new levels. He believes that the core of what makes a tattoo artist great, is that they are an artist first, and a tattoo artist second.

Carson Hill: At just under 30 years old Carson Hill is a biomechanical master. “My goal as an artist of any kind is to improve. To further understand dimensional reality, light and shadow and how it plays with all things, the complexity of simplicity, the depth of infinity, and so on, and interpret it into my work. To further define my subtle message through each artwork I bring into manifestation.” Hill says.

Mike DeVries: A rather young addition to the ever competitive tattoo market, he has stood his ground as one of the top color tattooist in the country. DeVries continues to create ultra realistic color tattoos that look as though they will jump off the skin at any minute. Hoping to expand his abilities, to achieve the utmost realistic pieces on skin. “Portraits, animals and pin-ups are my favorite things to do; anything that is real.” Mike says.

Jessee Nesse: Specializing in cover up tattoos as well as world renowned custom color tattoos, Jessee Nesse has risen to not only the top tattooist in Nebraska, but to therank of top tattooist in his field. Nuclear Ink Custom Tattoo first opened in the summer of 1999 located in South Omaha. In 2000, it moved to it’s current location just north of 72nd and Dodge Street in Midtown. The shop was started out as a shop exclusively for custom tattoos.

Bob Tyrrell: He started tattooing at the tender age of 34, already a student of art, Tyrrell has risen to the top of the tattooing field with his insanely realistic black and grey portraits. The finished works of this tattooist look like they are ready to jump off the skin and join in conversation.

Brandon Bond: He is one of the most successful, published, and award winning tattoo artists in the world. He is the owner of the thriving All or Nothing Tattoo empire in Atlanta, Georgia. He also owns a publishing company called Stranglehold which sells movies, books, clothing, artwork, and other tattoo related products. After 15 years of compulsive workaholism, Brandon still tattoos constantly, staying booked about a year in advance. Last year Brandon opened a second studio Anti Art Elite. Located northwest of Atlanta, GA.

Guy Artchison: Guy Aitchison is at the top of the biomechanical tattoo field. He has produced some of the best large color biomech tattoos I’ve ever seen. Torn between painting and tattooing he has created numerous works featured in top art and tattoo magizines. Guy believes tattooing is a very critical type of commercial art, where success or failure of any given project has very deep implications for the client. This forces an extra degree of dedication and flexibility on the part of the artist, and the clients’ participation helps maintain a flow of fresh ideas and images into the artist’s bag of tricks.

There are a lot more that are not included in the list! Suggestions are of course accepted!!! 

Thank you!!!

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