People with tattoos that incorporate symbolism and a sense of kinship are known as “tribal tattoos.” For young people who are still figuring out their identities, these tattoos may serve as a symbol of affiliation with a specific organization, such as a football team, music logo, family or church, or a criminal gang, by serving as a visual representation of their affiliation with that organization. Identity is greatly valued and flaunted today. It is common for people to desire to feel unique and memorable while still having a sense of belonging.
Tattoos are considered works of art by some, comparable to a piece of jewellery exhibited for appreciation. Only for the sake of appearances do people allow themselves to get tattooed on their bodies. They select a tattoo artist based on their ability to produce art on canvas and on the body. They are ready to travel long distances and pay a premium to get a tattoo from a specific artist who has impressed them. While some individuals ‘collect’ this art form and opt to have their bodies tattooed by several different artists to build up an impressive collection of tattoos on their bodies, others choose to stick with a single tattoo artist who can decorate their whole body with tattoos.
Careers in the tattoo business are becoming more popular among younger generations, professional artists, and female artists. Tattoo artists are often educated in the arts and may exhibit their work in addition to their tattooing business. Painters will have the opportunity to make a living from their craft when paintings are notoriously difficult to sell. The phrase “to utilize the body as a canvas” is often heard in the art world. On the other hand, tattoos on the skin are not appraised since they cannot be sold and are thus only valued to the person who has the tattoo. They are not permitted to be sold at international art auctions in the same category as paintings and sculptures.
Do you consider yourself a tattoo connoisseur? There are many arguments regarding different styles and genres, but location is just as important as style when establishing a sense of place. It is essential to place your tattoo in the correct position on your body to improve the quality and look of the tattoo on your skin.
In this article, we considered include the work of such an artist. Meet Ilya Brezinski, a talented Russian tattoo artist who specializes in body art. This Russian tattoo artist is conscientious about the tattoo’s placement and how it compliments his client’s physical features.
His creativity results in precisely suited products that serve to strengthen his position. Finally, his technical application skills will be the deciding factor in the decision. His steady hand, crisp lines, and exquisite colouring set him apart as an artist who follows through on his promises to the viewer. As a result, he has established himself as a well-known tattoo artist in Russia and social media.
His art is flawlessly shown on his Instagram feed. Many people worldwide visit his profile to read, interact with, and share his content out of appreciation for what he does. Tattooing is no longer considered a fringe practice. It is a modern fashion trend now. Technology and fashion have progressed at a rapid rate in recent years. The tattoo industry will continue to develop daily if there is more uniqueness and precision in work.
Given the large number of individuals who follow and debate Brezinski’s work, we felt it would be appropriate to add a few of his works on this page. The pictures in this collection are a small selection of images from a range of genres. You can tell how careful and tidy the job was. You can view them all by scrolling down, and you may vote for your favorites to climb to the top.
Additional Information and Photo Credits: Ilya Brezinski | Facebook