Tattoo artist, Eva Karabudak (better known as Eva Krbdk), has taken the art of tattooing to a whole new creative level. After several years of being in this industry, the talented artist had recreated famous paintings onto her clients and infused a bit of art history into their everyday lives.
The small yet detailed pieces showcase some of the most defining works in Western art history, ranging from Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night to Edvard Munch's The Scream and so much more.
Within every design, Krbdk captures the emotional essence of the original work, including the approach the artist used to bring the piece to life.
Not only is this creative artist showing off her incredible tattooing skills with fine art, but Krbdk is known for experimenting with the subject matter of her tattoos.
In expressing her creativity, she has also created stunning, breathtaking cross-stitch designs that mimic the embroidery technique on skin.
After tattooing so many historical paintings, Krdbk is pushing the boundaries of this genre. She has placed the artworks on easels that seemingly sit atop the skin in some of her recent work.
And, in the case of Frida Kahlo, Krbdk inked a meta piece – a portrait of Kahlo painting her own self-portrait (see the lead image of this article), which offers a fresh perspective for the ongoing series.