Tattoo in Pakistan ? why not

Its not just an art but a timely decision one makes when choosing a professional for doing your first tattoo or second or perhaps third but choosing wisely is a good option always – taking your time not thinking about money perhaps is also a secondly thing in this situation – however when it comes to tattooing “Devilartstudio” franchise is an expert in bringing you the tattoo you want on your body.

Tattoos have been etched into the skin of South Asia history from a time before we could imagine. Across the tribes and different caste communities of South Asia, tattoos have served myriad purposes – some people have had ink permanently mark their skin for beautification, while for others tattoos have acted as a representation of the different stages of womanhood, a mark of great warriors, some as protective totems in the afterlife and it’s even believed to cure certain physical ailments.

In the last 10 years, tattooing in Pakistan has come a long way – .Today, being a tattoo artist is a commercially viable profession, and one that stands to gain large repute as art. Equipped with international standard equipment, ink and experience, Indian tattoo artists are making a name for themselves on the constantly growing circuit. Exploring different styles and techniques such as dots, watercolour art, wooden needles to name a few, the tattoos today are an amalgamation of wisdom passed down from the ages and futuristic expression.

In the early days, one would have to be absolutely certain of their design, and it would require minimal design interaction from the artist. Today, all you need is the idea in your head, and these artists will extrapolate that to create something unique to you, art in every meaning of the word. The industry has grown so much today that a story of this nature almost felt crucial – it was time to identify artists who are truly pioneers in the field, and bringing something new to the table.

Sultan started to practice his art in 2003 when he was doing his Masters in Media Sciences, and worked as a freelancer for two years before opening his own professional studio in 2005. He specialises in black and colour realism, as well as portraits. As a realism artist, he describes his style as “more of a reproduction work capturing maximum details from a piece and etch it into the skin forever. If you are striving for perfection in realism, you can put as many hours as you want to get the right details. It’s not easy.”

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