Salvatore Vantaggiato

Salvatore Vantaggiato

Salvatore Vantaggiato
Altre idee da Salvatore
Mariazinhaa

Mariazinhaa

Brothers tat

Brothers tat

A night sky

A night sky

skull tattoo on the other half of the arm get the other half of the skull but it has roots and trees and leaves and moss all covered in it. Then in some cool lettering underneath write something like "from death comes life" or something like that

skull tattoo on the other half of the arm get the other half of the skull but it has roots and trees and leaves and moss all covered in it. Then in some cool lettering underneath write something like "from death comes life" or something like that

Those who love all things space, astronomy or even science fiction will truly love these space tattoo ideas. These astronomy tattoos featuring some beautiful tattoo depicting stars, planets, galaxies and other artistic shapes and symbols like star signs. If you’re thinking about getting a tattoo and love all things space and astronomy, why not get …

Those who love all things space, astronomy or even science fiction will truly love these space tattoo ideas. These astronomy tattoos featuring some beautiful tattoo depicting stars, planets, galaxies and other artistic shapes and symbols like star signs. If you’re thinking about getting a tattoo and love all things space and astronomy, why not get …

Production Photo of Król Roger in Kasper Holten’s Król Roger, Royal Opera Season. Photograph by Bill Cooper Find out more about the production here: www.roh.org.uk/productions/krol-roger-by-kasper-holten

Production Photo of Król Roger in Kasper Holten’s Król Roger, Royal Opera Season. Photograph by Bill Cooper Find out more about the production here: www.roh.org.uk/productions/krol-roger-by-kasper-holten

The Joker Tattoo

The Joker Tattoo

Wire — Sculptures — Martin Wright, Artist

Wire — Sculptures — Martin Wright, Artist

Japanese photographer Yuichi Ikehata | Yuichi creates realistic sculptures of human body parts using clay, wire and paper. He then photographs the sculptures and merges them into unrealistic worlds to create Long Term Memory, an ongoing photographic series that puts audiences in the ambivalent position of not knowing what is real and what is not.

Japanese photographer Yuichi Ikehata | Yuichi creates realistic sculptures of human body parts using clay, wire and paper. He then photographs the sculptures and merges them into unrealistic worlds to create Long Term Memory, an ongoing photographic series that puts audiences in the ambivalent position of not knowing what is real and what is not.