Where Korean Tattooist Silo Converts Tales Into Tattoos

Generally, most tattooists start with making a light black outline on the skin, whereas at Aro Tattoo, the Korean tattoo parlour, which employs tattooist silo, the procedure is different. Silo’s technique involves applying soft colors sans black outlines creating a facade of water color painting.

Silo informs,” I apply either water mark or light ink mixed with water, drawing initially a very rough sketch without intricacies.” “When people explain why they want a particular picture, I turn their tales into designs, putting my heart into their tattoos.” A tattoo of flowers on the foot of a girl means you wish her a happy life, while tattoos on thighs and chest mean different stories in Korea. via arotattoo.com | Instagram (h/t: mymodernmet) | via boredpanda