Artist Creates Tattoos Inspired By Scientific And Strange Subjects – Design You Trust

Artist Creates Tattoos Inspired By Scientific And Strange Subjects

Italian artist Michele Volpi creates tattoos inspired by scientific and strange subjects. Michele takes inspiration from illustrations of vintage science books to create unique monochromatic tattoos.

Michele’s style was influenced by geometries, nature, surrealism, and the sciences. He likes to push himself every day finding inspiration from all around him and trying to go beyond the shallow in what he sees. The world of art is endless and Michele can’t wait to discover it with his passion.

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