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Graphic Tattoos by  Okan Uçkun Being one of the pioneers in...

Graphic Tattoos by  Okan Uçkun

Being one of the pioneers in his specialties, Okan Uçkun is primarily doing minimal and linework. Born in 1986, Okan, always seeked out the flawless with all kinds of styles in which he focused, and with that attitude he took, he believes that the tattoo is a completion of self through grasping impeccable motion & action. Actively working in fields such as; VideoArt, photography, plastic arts, design and architecture, and having several exhibitions in these fields (via Okan Uçkun).

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