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SPECIALISING IN EVERYTHING
FINE LINE & MICRO REALISM 

EST. GOLD COAST - AUS. 2020

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Fine Line History

A page from the great history books.

The history of fine line tattoos is deeply rooted in both Eastern and Western tattooing traditions. Originating in Japanese tattooing during the Edo period, skilled artists honed the craft of intricate designs using precise line work, in a style known as Horishi. In the Western world, pioneers like Norman "Sailor Jerry" Collins and Bert Grimm further refined the technique in the mid-20th century, demonstrating mastery in creating detailed designs with thinner needles.

Over time, fine line tattoos have evolved alongside artistic movements and cultural shifts. In the 1970s and 1980s, minimalist and blackwork styles gained popularity, emphasizing simplicity and precision. In recent years, the resurgence of fine line tattoos can be attributed to social media and a growing appreciation for minimalist aesthetics. Additionally, the trend has been further popularised by Hollywood actors and actresses, who opt for these intricate designs, enabling them to still be cast in roles while expressing themselves through tattoos.

Today, modern tattoo artists continue to innovate within the realm of fine line tattoos, incorporating elements of realism, geometry, and abstract art. Celebrated for their elegance and versatility, fine line tattoos offer a unique avenue for personal expression while paying homage to the enduring tradition of tattoo artistry.

Writer: Armin Fallahi

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