Hyperrealistic Tattoos By Italian Artist Paolo Murtas
Currently living and working in the island of Sardinia in Italy, Paolo Murtas has tattooed a beautiful assortment of birds and movie scenes on his clients.
Some of the cinematic examples that Paolo Murtas draws in his tattoos include the slow-mo scene of Marla Singer smoking a cigar in “Fight Club,” Raoul Duke’s crazy-eye look in “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” (in a crazy ass movie), and pals Buzz and Woody in “Toy Story.”
You can checkout more of his tattoo work below — you can also view the rest of his designs on his page. Without a doubt the artist has a good understanding of light, shade and texture.
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