Art Nouveau (where I'm aiming my tattoo work)

Alphonse Mucha is my favorite artist and biggest inspiration. I want to push my tattoo work in this direction, and this board is here to help explain it. Bold lines, flat colors, elegance, sassy curves, decorative curves, decorative framework, earthy colors. I wrote something for most of these, explaining what parts I love. Hopefully its a direction you want too.
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Art Nouveau leggings. Fits the body so well you'd mistake it for an awesome tattoo.

50 Sexy Oberschenkel Tattoos für Frauen

The most amazing and beautiful tattoo.to whoever said this was a tattoo. Tattoos don't wrinkle and crease at your crotch

Alfons Mucha’s Art Nouveau Works A selection of 130 Mucha’s decorative paintings, illustrations, posters and advertisements, most from his Art Nouveau Parisian period (although he didn&…

Alfons Mucha’s Art Nouveau Works A selection of 130 Mucha’s decorative paintings, illustrations, posters and advertisements, most from his Art Nouveau Parisian period (although he didn&…

alphonse mucha 1912

Shop Alphonse Mucha Sokol Festival, 1912 Postcard created by ArtNouveauDaz.

Original French Art Nouveau Color Lithograph by E.Mulier   It's elegant and sassy at the same time

Original French Art Nouveau Color Lithograph by E.Mulier It's elegant and sassy at the same time

not quite as art nouveau because there isn't much flow or forced decorative curves. But the flatness of color and the reliance on lines and the overall composition have a great feel in the right direction.

A Linoleum-block print of tomatos by Yoshiko Yamamoto. Our block print frames are made by Dard Hunter Studios in Ohio using quarter-sawn white oak.

Alphonse Mucha- 8th-sokol-festival-1912

Page: Sokol Festival Artist: Alphonse Mucha Completion Date: 1912 Style: Art Nouveau (Modern) Genre: genre painting Technique: lithography Dimensions: 123 x cm Tags: male-portraits, celebrations-and-festivals

mucha, alphonse maria - Benedictine | Alphonse Maria Mucha 1… | Flickr

Alfons Maria Mucha July 1860 – 14 July often known in English and French as Alphonse Mucha, was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist - Bénédictine, 1898

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