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First time an Abstract Picasso has made me stare.  Pablo Picasso: “Girl with a Mandolin,” 1910.

Girl with mandolin (Fanny Tellier) Jeune fille a la mandoline (Fanny Tellier) Artist: Pablo Picasso Completion Date: 1910 Style: Analytical Cubism Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: x cm Gallery: Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA

Geometrical Black Tattoos of Animals  Tattoo artist Evel Qbiak creates little monochromatic tattoos. she represents mostly animals heads. Her creations are formed with geometric form and lines. Artiste plays with forms, lines and pointillism by filling spaces to come to a beautiful graphic result to imagine birds, cats, wolfs, panda, deer or lion.

Tattoo artist Evel Qbiak creates little monochromatic tattoos. she represents mostly animals heads. Her creations are formed with geometric form and lines.

Animal Tattoo by Kamil Czapiga | Tattoo No. 12336

Polish tattoo artist Kamil Czapiga uses pointillism to create these amazingly detailed pieces of body art. He draws inspiration from Slavic mythology, nature, wildlife, and fantasy when creating his tattoos.

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Polish tatt artist Kamil Czapiga from Katowice makes use of the neo-Impressionist pointillism technique of using tiny dots of pure colors to craft stark, crisp tattoos that blend tribal mythology and timeless geometry most holistically.