For those that don’t know, a tattoo is a form of body modification that involves ink on the body (in any part), also accompanied by dyes and pigments. While in the past it was associated only with the working class and criminals, it has grown to take on many meanings worldwide, such as those who wear tattoos to commemorate a lost relative, those who don tattoos for a symbolic purpose, or those who simply enjoy tattoos on their skin decoratively.
If you are reading this – you might have a tattoo. You might be surprised to find out that around 1 in 5 people in the world have a tattoo. While it might be surprising to some, otherwise have long known about how massive the tattoo industry is, which is valued at around 50 billion dollars, and is only poised to grow tremendously in the future. In the United States, there are studies that indicate that as many as 40% of adults have at least one tattoo.
Technology has eliminated many of the health risks that used to associated with tattoo design, and also has allowed the industry to become more alluring than ever, as more realistic and intricate tattoos can be created than ever before. No matter what your reason for a tattoo, tattoo design has become increasingly popular, as famous tattoo artists have become celebrities, and tattoos have even been utilized in various marketing campaigns as well, where companies pay customers to obtain tattoos in a trend called “skinvertising”.
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We want a logo similar to the examples attached. Vintage Hollywood/California/Los Angeles design on the label that has a palm tree similar to the examples provided. The palm tree should be incorporated into the text "Baked in LA" off to the side. The Baked in LA text should resemble the "Hollywood" and/or the "California" font and style in the example photos presented with an underline under the text. Finally, we want the top and bottom of the logo to recreate the Los Angeles city skyline and layered mountains just like the photo provided, but in a style resembling the tags and vintage style of these logos. As for the colors we want a cream background, and all of the designed logo to be black except for the "baked in la" text which we want to be bl...
For a tattoo project, I need to redraw a Bruegel "Triumph of the Death" detail, the Skeleton-clock you can see attached! The redraw have to be true to the original, but also match as possibile the drawing style of other two images attached here. I don't need an HQ image: just a monochrome outline it's sufficient. Thre key of the job is to reply the image and the Bruegel flavour (that is especially in the skeleton posture), but also matching the reference styles... Iknow, it's not easy! The skeleton have to be as the Bruegel one, but you can play with line thickness to match the reference. About the clock, probrably you can focus on reference style playing with quadrant' stripes ... here you have a lot of liberty (also 'cause on the bruegel paint this str...
I would like a tattoo designed of the words "per ardua ad astra". I've attached a few different fonts that I like the look of, but am looking for something a bit more elaborate. The words mean "through adversity to the stars" so it would be good to have a basic rocket incorporated into the text somehow, may be at the end with a flourish being part of the rocket exhaust.