Tattoo artist Mo Ganji practices in black-and-white body art that make a substantial impact on comparatively simple drawings. Opting for bold lines and painted dots, the Berlin-based artistic enhances his clients with portraits of people and animals, sometimes joining the two into a beautiful image where one seamlessly points into the other.
Ganji’s use of lines proves that impressive tattoos don’t need color to make them shine. His pieces capture the spirit of his subjects with these marks, as he varies the weight of his strokes to improve the visual impact and create a sense of dimensionality within his drawings. The thicker lines indicate an outline while the thinner marks communicate a characteristic that’s lighter or softer.