Tattoo artist Andrew Lukovnikov uses a popular digital technique to inspire his vibrant tattoos.
Double exposure is commonly used in photography and film and it results in the superimposition of at least two images to create one single portrait. The artist's vibrant tattoos were inspired by this technique and are images of animals and insects that are combined with elements of nature. A small bird sitting on a tree that is made up of a bouquet of flowers is one of his more endearing tattoos, while his tattoos of large insects made up of flowers are extremely intricate and complex.
The skill it takes to create these double exposure tattoos is truly something to marvel at and it is quite clear that this artist's creativity and passion for his work are what drive him.
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