Permanent body ink has turned into a veritable art form as shown by the geometric tattoos of Canadian artist David Côté. Focusing on vibrant colors and bold shapes, the work jumps off the skin in a way that will be appreciated even by those who aren't into this particular form of expression. The geometric tattoos essentially turn people into walking art galleries.
Revolving around a number of themes including animals, landscapes and space, the geometric tattoos all have a common style that make Côté's work easily identifiable. There is a bit of a tribal element to the designs as well, which make them appear to have more history than they might have in reality. Although people might still go to the artist with an idea in mind, walking away with one of his signature geometric tattoos is enough.
David Cote's Bold Body Ink Turns People into Walking Art Galleries
1. Geometric Tattoos - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Exploring new techniques and designs to push the boundaries of geometric tattoos and create unique and personalized body art experiences.
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1. Tattoo Industry - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Collaborating with tattoo artists and technology experts to create innovative tools and equipment for tattooing geometric designs with precision and efficiency.
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