Hanumantra: The tattoo of the tribes of tomorrow
His tattoo is black, because – as he tells us in this interview – it’s the colour which, if it was a language, would have the most to say. And it is a transformation of the body which he, Hanumantra, takes very seriously indeed, constructing each of his pieces through a highly structured process, as if he were an architect building a house.
Toxyc XLR… and you will tattoo terror!
Yes, terror, real terror. Because this is the feeling that comes over you in the presence of the fearsome work of Toxyc XLR, the free hand artist from Austin and owner of Autopsy Tattoo Studio. And when you ask him why he loves to tattoo faces that plunge you into the Abyss, he comes straight back at you with: “Because there’s more creativity in weird stuff”. So let’s take a tour of this powerful Texan weird stuff…
Yushi: Face to face with Japanese tradition
Yushi, better known as Master Yushi, is the tattoo artist at Guru Tattoo in San Diego who deals with Japanese tattoo. His path has led him to learn the rules of Irezumi tattoo, to work in different periods and places, in order to be able to express himself with spontaneity and approach tradition in a more personal manner. And here in this interview he tells us the reason why.