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Yann Travaille will leave his mark on your meat

25 JUN 2009 | Posted By: Luke

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Yann Travaille will leave his mark on your meat

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Long gone are the days where tattoo art was a privilege reserved for social outcasts and degenerates. Today's inked army, it would seem are more common than Subway sandwiches which brings me to an interesting point... For something that used to be a mark of individuality is it even possible to have a tattoo that's truly original? Well it might be if you're fortunate enough to live in Montréal and you stumble across a talented tattoo artist by the name of Yann Travaille.

Yann's style of tattooing completely ignore years of body ink tradition and it's almost as if he treats the people he tattoos like over-sized fleshy doodle pads for him to leave his considered scribbles all over. Not something I'll be lining up for in a hurry but all the same I'm a massive fan of his original take on a relatively saturated art form.

Check some samples of his work tot he right of this post and for more please visit yourmeatismine.com


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There are "18" comment(s) on "Yann Travaille will leave his mark on your meat"

Senior Member 555642B2
Beautiful!
555642B2  -  5 years ago
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Respect Luke
yeah they're really growing on me
Luke  -  5 years ago
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Respect Katie
I've never seen tattoos like this before, they're really incredible.
Katie  -  5 years ago
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Senior Member catchyleo
His techniques are quite amazing. I like how in Pic 13 the crudely drawn characters and scribbles cover up an older tattoo (obviously not done by Travaille), which I think has street art connotations; painting and drawing over old, faded work... It's got a sense of humour about it.
catchyleo  -  5 years ago
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Senior Member TheFrag
I really like this next gen of tattoo, its extreamly creative and leaves endless lines that can compose into anything and everything.
TheFrag  -  5 years ago
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Respect freeak
Lifelounge: now with more T&A than an episode of Naked Wild On 2. Just sayin.
freeak  -  5 years ago
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Respect Luke
Tattoos & Art... A fine observation Mr Freeak
Luke  -  5 years ago
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Senior Member DinosaurSandwich
Fuckin' Ace! if i had guts i'd get one!
DinosaurSandwich  -  5 years ago
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Respect freeak
Tatts n' Art. Exactly.
freeak  -  5 years ago
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Advanced Member Miro
"over sized fleshy doodle"
Miro  -  5 years ago
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Senior Member gemski
that one where the guys entire arm is black would have hurt like hell.
gemski  -  5 years ago
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Respect Jamie
Freeak, do you not like T&A??? I am confused.
Jamie  -  5 years ago
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Respect freeak
It's fun when it's a special treat. But it's been coming pretty thick and fast of late. I feel like my parents are giving me all my Christmases at once because I'm about to be told I'm Jewish.
freeak  -  5 years ago
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Senior Member Ricardinho
Not sold on this.. its hit and miss.. 1,2 and 3 - awesome.. Or maybe its the photos not showing the me the light?
Ricardinho  -  5 years ago
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Respect Jake
All I see is pain, ouchie :O - Jake OXOXOX
Jake  -  5 years ago
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Advanced Member Miro
T&A is like good wholesome food. It should be nourishing part of everyday. Also a little bit of "motor boating" does wonders.
Miro  -  5 years ago
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Advanced Member E239D735
Great drawings, but like them better on paper. No aging for paper.
E239D735  -  5 years ago
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Senior Member Zoeo
brave..
Zoeo  -  5 years ago
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