When it comes to tattoo designs and styles, the Japanese style is always in fashion. There’s something very classic and traditional about Japanese tattoo designs that never seems to go out of style. More recent artists are now taking a new approach to what would be considered a classic style by highlighting the less popular subjects of the traditional art.
Dan Sinnes Makes Japanese Tattoo Designs You Won’t See Anywhere Else
I mean, he makes other tattoos as well– but his skill lies in creatin Yokai, Yurei, Kaiju, and Obake themed tattoos. Typically created in color, Dan Sinnes‘ tattoo designs leverage fine lines and careful shading as well as very skillfully executed gradient fills. There’s no question that Din Sinnes is a master of his craft. Tattooing in his studio, Electric Avenue Luxembourg, he generates a surprisingly high volume of outstanding tattoo work. We’ve selected a number of his works to share here. If you like what you see, give him a follow on instagram @Dansin. Be sure to take a peek at his NSFW work as well. It’s… NSFW and kind of amusing.
Some really amazing Japanese style tattoos:
More Japanese Tattoo Designs You’ll be Stoked On
Dan’s just one of many tattoo artists specializing in this style. And the style itself has a lot of room for interpretation. For example, Kimberly Wall is well known for her incredible Anime and Manga tattoo designs. If you want to know more about the style or the elements of these pieces, check out our piece on Traditional Japanese Tatoos . If you wanna just see more weird, cool tattoo designs in the same Japanese style, then check out this piece on Yokai tattoos.
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