Posted September 20, 2019 06:22:13A new tattoo artist is taking the spotlight, and he’s bringing a whole new meaning to the word tattoo.
Pete Davidsson, a tattoo artist who’s based in Seattle, Washington, has just announced a new series of tattoos that will take his iconic tattoos and transform them into something new.
“Tattooing is the last frontier for me,” he told Newsweek.
“It’s a way to express your creativity and your individuality.
The more I tattoo, the more I discover myself.
The people that I meet have such an incredible impact on me.
I’m not a celebrity, but I’m an artist, and I want to make people feel that.”
The first set of tattoos is called the “Knees” series, and it’s inspired by Davidson’s long history with tattoos, which includes his “Frozen” characters.
“It’s something that I’ve been wanting to do for a long time,” Davidson said.
“I’m very much into tattoos, but also love animals, so I thought it was a great way to introduce these animals and make them feel like a part of the tattoo.”
Davidson’s tattoos will feature a variety of animals, including a lion, a tiger, a deer, a bear, and a dog.””
When I first started making these tattoos, I was just a bit intimidated,” he said.
Davidson’s tattoos will feature a variety of animals, including a lion, a tiger, a deer, a bear, and a dog.
“There are so many great animals out there, so it’s really cool to make them into tattoos,” he added.
Davidson, who is based in San Francisco, California, said the tattoos were inspired by his dog, Toto.
“He is the most intelligent animal in the world,” Davidsson said.
“We’re trying to capture that personality and the wildness of him, and that’s why we’re making these tigers.
The idea of them being tiger and a lion tattoo is so much fun to me.
They look like tigers.”
Davidson also told Newsweek that his tattoos are not meant to be taken literally, but are intended to be artistic expression.
“The idea is that if you want to get really creative with it, you can,” he explained.
“There’s nothing wrong with being creative with your tattoo.”
Davidsson told Newsweek he hopes the series of tattoo designs and designs will continue to evolve over time.
“I’ve been trying to do more and more things with my tattoos and my design process, but if it’s not making me happy, I’m going to stop,” he shared.
“For me, the only thing that’s constant is the energy and the enthusiasm of the people who see my work and the people that enjoy it.
I want it to inspire people to do the same.”