This Artist Creates Tattoos That Look Like Holographic Stickers

Here’s some news for those who are searching for some tattoo inspiration – they don’t even have to look like tattoos.

In fact, tattoos may have never looked this non-permanent as is shown in the work of Brazilian tattoo artist, Clayton Dias. I was surprised to find out that many of his creations actually resemble holographic stickers that have just been stuck onto the skin. Clayton is becoming more and more popular on the internet as people are curious about his unique style of work.

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