These Tattoos Look Like Patches Embroidered Into People’s Skin
Eduardo ‘Duda’ Lozano is an amazing tattoo artist from São Paulo, Brazil who has become famous for his incredible embroidery-style tattoos that look like patches have been sewed directly onto people’s skin.
In an interview with Tattoo Life, Lozano says he started tattooing in 2002 under the mentorship of his friend, Claudio Botta. He also mentions that the secret to his embroidery-style patch tattoos is a growing knowledge of light and shadow.
While Lozano has gained popularity for his signature style, the artist hopes to eventually focus on hyperrealistic tattoos, which he is passionate about as well. For more, check out Duda’s work at the links below.