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A brief guide to designing your own tattoo

As part of our Creative Resilience campaign with Squarespace, we’re pleased to bring you a special edition of Skill-Up, a new video series made by our sister publication Huck.

In this episode, our good friend and illustrator Sophie Mo talks you through how you can go about designing your very own tattoo. Taking characters from the world of movies, Sophie brings a dark, gothic aspect to the striking portraits she creates, whether she’s drawing Danny DeVito or The Dude.

Watch the full video above and read more of Sophie’s story here.

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Published 11 Aug 2020

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