Yomico Moreno Tattoo

Venezuelan tattoo artist Yomico Moreno was born in Puerto Caballo.

He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NYC.

His tattoos are hyper-realistic and out of this world.

Hourly rates for a custom Yomico tattoo are rumored to start at $300 per hour, so start saving up.

Yomico Moreno Tattoo

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READ/LEER…Remember when we used film photography and they would give you photo negatives? Well this tattoo is based on that concept. For some time now I have been exploring film photography with the Leica M6 and have come to understand the necessary precision needed for a final outcome of a composition and for it to transmit what we want to say. I always felt curious to see if I could take that concept of a film negative onto the skin and have the same effect. That is basically what I tried to do here, the client asked me for a skull, but at this time I find myself in a place where I want to experiment, get out of my comfort zone and explore new ideas. I proposed this concept of film negative to the client and to see what would happen once we took the picture of the tattoo and inverted the image. I took the photo of a skull I have at my studio, had to analyze the light and angle that would have the best effect and composition, after make it negative and adapt it to be tattooed. This is the result, we will now work on doing a full sleeve this way, soon I will post a video of the process!! 1st photo is in negative and the 2nd is positive, just as in film photography / Recuerdan cuando se hacía la fotografía de película o rollo y te entregaban el negativo de las fotos?? Bueno este tatuaje esta basado en el mismo principio, de hace un tiempo vengo explorando la fotografía de película, con una Leica M6 he aprendido a entender la precisión necesaria en cuanto a composición de lo que queremos transmitir, pero siempre sentí curiosidad por saber si era posible llevar el negativo a la piel y conseguir el mismo efecto, básicamente fue lo que traté de hacer acá, el cliente me pidió una calavera pero la verdad ahora me encuentro en una etapa donde siento que experimentar es necesario, para salir de la zona de confort y explorar algunas nuevas ideas. Le propuse realizar su concepto en negativo, las ideas llevarla a negativo y después ver que ocurría al llevar la foto de ese tatuaje a positivo. Realice la fotografía de una calavera que tengo en mi estudio y tocaba analizar la luz y el ángulo para conseguir un mejor efecto y composición…(Sigue)

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Yomico Moreno Tattoo
Yomico Moreno Tattoo
Yomico Moreno Tattoo
Yomico Moreno Tattoo
Yomico Moreno Tattoo
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