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Searching for an American artist who creates soft, botanical tattoos

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I don't know any off the top of my head.

I see this on Pinterest and Instagram all the time tagged as a "botanical tattoo," so maybe start there. It's hard to narrow down suggestions without knowing where you are, especially since so many people are dabbling in this right now because of demand. Somebody might have an idea if you give a ballpark area of where you live.

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4 hours ago, sister123 said:

I've recently become a fan of Pis Saro's work. https://www.instagram.com/pissaro_tattoo/?hl=en

I can't tell you how much I love her subject matter and her style. Sadly, I don't live in Europe. Can anyone think of an American tattoo artist who creates similar work? 

 

try contacting her and ask her if she has any U.S.  tattoo conventions or guest spots planned.

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Her style is basically just realistic, with a botanical direction. Any good realism artist should be able to reproduce whatever green object you wanted to choose or bring with you. 

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18 hours ago, Synesthesia said:

I don't know any off the top of my head.

I see this on Pinterest and Instagram all the time tagged as a "botanical tattoo," so maybe start there. It's hard to narrow down suggestions without knowing where you are, especially since so many people are dabbling in this right now because of demand. Somebody might have an idea if you give a ballpark area of where you live.

I hate pinterest because they never link or credit the actual artist. it's filled with annoying buzzfeed links

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Oh yeah! She is the best! Search for Ester Garcia and Alice Kendall, they are also good at botanical tattoos, but no so elegant and minimalistic, but I think they can do something similar.

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