Izzet Abatlevi is a Turkish tattoo artist who works in Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey. His decision to become a tattoo artist came right after he was fired from his job in a corporate company because of his own tattoos. Graduated from Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts – Department of Textile and Fashion Design, he worked several years as a designer; but his real dream come true when he started drawing his own dreams.
Talented Makeup Artist from Germany creates beautiful stories using the power of makeup by painting half skulls on her face and decorating them with beautiful elements giving the whole look an interesting story!
A selection of the tattoos by Ahmet Cambaz, a Turkish artist based in Istanbul, who imagines tiny characters that he stages in simple but adorable compositions.
Sick and tired of the same old tattoo designs that everyone seems to have? Come see Helena Fernandes, and she'll fix you up with the ugliest, most unprofessional ink you've ever seen.
Makeup is often lauded for its transformative beauty effects, but the pinnacle of its power is best demonstrated by creating stunning 3D illusions. Mimi Choi, a former school teacher turned makeup artist, has recently wowed us with her ability to alter herself and others into surreal versions of their former selves.
What if your tattoos could change color according to your health? This is the brilliant idea of DermalAbyss, a research group of the MIT Media Lab, which has designed a tattoo ink capable of reacting to various parameters such as sodium, pH or glucose. By changing color, these revolutionary tattoos can, for example, help diabetics to monitor their glucose levels, or to report a state of dehydration.
A selection of tattoos by Mowgli, a talented British artist who mixes many inspirations and techniques, from geometric mandala to the tortured world of M.C. Escher through portraits or anatomical boards, to create complex and fascinating compositions.
Here is Skin Motion, augmented tattoos that reveal sound messages when read with your smartphone! An excellent concept which consists in translating a music, a sound or a message into a sound wave, to create a tattoo. You will just need to point at it with your smartphone to reveal the sound!
A selection of the body painting creations of Vanessa Davis, aka Skulltress, who transforms the faces of her models into beautiful skulls, inspired by many different cultures, techniques and aesthetics.
The internet is impressed with the make-up done by David Harris. Conquering thousands of followers attentive to new make-ups.
A selection of the tattoos by Caleb Kilby, a British artist based in London who combines simple lines to create minimalist compositions on the edge of cubism.
Using body paint and face paint I was able to transform myself in to different creations such as a White Walker from Game of Thrones.
More often than not, my inspiration comes from the popular culture -movies, tv-shows and comics. Whenever I see a visually interesting movie trailer, I can literally hear my brain turning trying to figure out how the look was done.
I started painting myself around two years ago. I wanted to train in FX makeup after years of trying to figure out what I really wanted to do for a living. Even though I'm borderline movie and TV obsessed, I had never thought to look into it as a profession. After taking a theater makeup class in college and getting to play with gore and big fake noses, I just knew it was what I had been looking for.
A selection of tattoos by the British artist Malvina Maria Wisniewska, based in London, who combines bold lines and geometric shapes to create beautiful and minimalist compositions. An interesting work to follow on her Instagram account.