Tattoo Artist Andrea Raudino Creates A Masterpieces Inspired By The Japan And Pop Culture – Design You Trust

Tattoo Artist Andrea Raudino Creates A Masterpieces Inspired By The Japan And Pop Culture

A selection of the striking tattoos of the Italian artist Andrea Raudino, aka Nemo, based in Florence. Some amazing creations strongly inspired by Japanese aesthetics and filled with references to pop culture.

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