If you?ve ever gotten tattooed, you?ll know that most artist begin with a black outline. But this isn?t the case at Aro Tattoo, the Korean tattoo parlour that employs tattooist_silo. Silo uses soft colours devoid of black outlines to give the impression of a watercolour painting.
Silo describes his styles as ?stories?. ?There are lots of stories around these tattoos. People tell me what and why they want and I turn their stories into designs. I put my heart even into the smallest tattoos? he told us.
Interested in more watercolour tattoos? We recently feature Ondrash, who specializes in this style, and even compiled a list of similar tattoos here!
?The flower tattoo on feet symbolises something new and fresh here, in Korea? Silo told Bored Panda
?This girl had a rough life, so I designed these flowers wishing her new and happy start?
?Tattoo culture is a little different in Korea?
?There were times when it was illegal, so I went to Australia and Thailand to learn about tattoo art?
?Once back I wanted to learn more by myself?
?I think that learning never actually stops and even now, 10 ears after, I still learn something new every day?
?Most challenging part about being a tattooist is the battle with myself?
?I wasn?t born an artist, I became one?
?It?s 1% talent and 99% work?
?If I ever get lazy, my life as a tattooist is over?
?But for now, I turn peoples? stories into designs and put my heart into their tattoos?