This Funky Tattoo Artist’s Work Should Be in a Museum
If you’re going to make a permanent statement, it doesn’t get much bigger, bolder, and brighter than designs from our latest #tattooercrush, the Berlin-based Peter Aurisch. His impactful and artistic technique would make Pablo Picasso proud. Read on to peep some of his most eye-catching ink.
1. Flower Sleeve: If the Crayola 64 Big Box and the Secret Garden had a tattoo lovechild, we think it might look something like this masterpiece. We’re loving the bright hues and unique linework!
2. Peach: The colors are so juicy this design almost looks 3D. We wouldn’t mind having a few prints like this to hang on our kitchen gallery wall.
3. Adebar: This badass bird makes for one epic sleeve. We are totally digging the negative space here.
4. Gorilla: Giant Cubist gorilla FTW.
5. Bird: Pretty bird indeed. This gorgeous tat has just the right amount of color and whimsy.
6. House: Bright, primary colors are kind of our jam here at Brit HQ. An architectural element like this one would look great in just about any spot.
7. Fennel: This is another one we wouldn’t mind having printed on paper and framed in our own house.
8. Sunflower: Bold + cheery sunflowers like these are sure to brighten any day.
9. Dinner: This one’s for all the foodies out there. Doesn’t this dinner tablescape remind you of all your epic summer cookouts?
We heart intricate B+W tats, and the linework in this vertical cityscape has us totally mesmerized.
11. Brussels Sprouts: One of our fave veggies in tattoo form? Yes, please.
12. Face: This eye-catching, Picasso-esque masterpiece blows our minds. Talk about a conversation piece.
13. Flower Pitcher: The bold, bright and complementary hues of this flora have us dreaming of our summer gardens.
14. Frida: Who would have thought that a Frida in Cubist form could be so awesome? The on-point shading really takes things to a whole other level.
15. Flower Scene: A fancy flora sleeve like this would definitely up your arm party game.