Isnard Barbosa's Tattoos
Starting out he was huge into spray painting and graffiti, decorating coffee shop’s, home businesses etc. He grew up learning about the history of renaissance paintings and painters, favouring Caravaggio. He was overwhelmed by their composition and soon began his 8 years of learning how to bring this style into tattooing. He also gets most of his inspiration from Alphonse Mucha. Two years after he set sail and made Dublin Ink his new home in 2013, becoming easily one of the most popular artists in Dublin. His style pretty much based on realistic black and grey and neo traditional. He’s truly is an amazing talent. On a scale of 1 to awesome Isnard is the shit! Pardon my french.