Traditional Japanese Art in French Tattoos

French artist Brindi was born to tattoo. Indeed, both of his parents are heavily tattooed and his father owns a tattoo and piercing shop. The respect and love Bridi has for this art are naturally linked to his family traditions and bonds.

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Brindi’s work is inspired by pure childhood nostalgia.In addition to the Japanese influence, he’s mixed in a lot of 90s and modern references like The Simpsons, pizza, cats, Nike sneakers, and donuts.

“The Japanese technique fitted my drawing style with its bold lines and flat tints. This graphic codification is also present in The Simpsons,” he says. “As I am an absolute fan of the series, it was only logical to mix the two universes that count the most for me.”

As for the color choices, he prefers to keep them spontaneous. Each tattoo is a fresh chance to reinvent himself artistically.

Traditional Japanese Art in French Tattoos

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