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 'Tattooed Portraits' is a collaborative work with graphic designer  SMBDY  (Charles Brenninkmeijer,  http://www.behance.net/smbdy ) and myself. The concept was to combine traditional portrait photography with the art of tattoos, and have viewers reflect on impressions and judgements based purely in aesthetics. All the tattoos were done in pen and cleaned in Photoshop before final printing to display in a gallery exhibit. None of them are real tattoos. 

'Tattooed Portraits' is a collaborative work with graphic designer SMBDY (Charles Brenninkmeijer, http://www.behance.net/smbdy) and myself. The concept was to combine traditional portrait photography with the art of tattoos, and have viewers reflect on impressions and judgements based purely in aesthetics. All the tattoos were done in pen and cleaned in Photoshop before final printing to display in a gallery exhibit. None of them are real tattoos. 

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'Tattooed Portraits' is a collaborative work with graphic designer SMBDY (Charles Brenninkmeijer, http://www.behance.net/smbdy) and myself. The concept was to combine traditional portrait photography with the art of tattoos, and have viewers reflect on impressions and judgements based purely in aesthetics. All the tattoos were done in pen and cleaned in Photoshop before final printing to display in a gallery exhibit. None of them are real tattoos. 

 'Tattooed Portraits' is a collaborative work with graphic designer  SMBDY  (Charles Brenninkmeijer,  http://www.behance.net/smbdy ) and myself. The concept was to combine traditional portrait photography with the art of tattoos, and have viewers reflect on impressions and judgements based purely in aesthetics. All the tattoos were done in pen and cleaned in Photoshop before final printing to display in a gallery exhibit. None of them are real tattoos. 
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