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Tattoo Art by Oozy South Korean tattoo artist Woojin Choi, or...

Tattoo Art by Oozy

South Korean tattoo artist Woojin Choi, or Oozy, creates detailed black and white works which often incorporate a macabre twist. Oozy’s pieces are often very line-oriented, an effect that resonates with the appearance of classic woodblock prints. You can see more of artist’s work on his Instagram.

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  1. Great collection of pictures, which you have shared here about the tattoos designs. These tattoos are looking very beautiful and amazing in designs. If anyone looking for the best Tattoo Shop, Nokomistattoo is good for you.

  2. The creativity of tattoo design is awesome! In fact you have the skill to create a custom tattoo with an awesome creativity level! The tattoo is best when it catches other's eyes and your designs have this skill!


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