Paper tattoos

Here’s a nice idea from Danish artist Jacob Dahlstrup: creating images using a tattooing machine on heavy watercolour paper

Here’s a nice idea from Danish artist Jacob Dahlstrup: creating images using a tattooing machine on heavy watercolour paper

Dahlstrup sketches the design in pencil first, then goes over it with the tattoo needle to create the final effect

See more of his work here

 

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