Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

I really enjoy seeing illustrations that take advantage of that rough, sketchy look. Stavros Damos, a Greek artists comes up with unbelievable art, using rough lines to fill his drawings, which gives them an amazing look!

Here you can see some of his pieces. These are truly great. The details are simply awesome, and you can see his attention to every little part of his pieces. For more of his work, please visit his portfolio at Behance. He’ll definitely enjoy it. Cheers! 😉

The Rolling Stones


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

Sir Mick Jagger


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

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Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

Keith Richards

Bob Dylan


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

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Philip Seymour Hoffman


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

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The Big Lebowski Tribute Sketches


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

Angela Merkel


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

Tim Burton


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

Salvador Dali


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

Johnny Cash


Unbelievable Illustrations by Stavros Damos

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Mistaken: Tattoo Project

Mistaken: Tattoo Project

‘Mistaken’ is a photography project that revolves around people with tattoos and how each element of art on skin carries a form of character with the person. The project aims to debunk society’s point of view on tattoos of being associated with people involved in illegal dealings.


Mistaken; Tattoo Project

Tattoos have been recognized as a form of identification for tribal people dating back to 6000 B.C. and were seen to possess a sense of belonging to a group or tribe. It has an extremely rich history being on close familiarity with the Philipinos, Americans, Chinese and Africans. However, as time passed, illegal groups rose and underground society became popular while tattoos soon received an infamous recognition for being ‘bad’ and inappropriate for ‘good people’ as they were assume to be only seen on delinquents.

Coming from a personal perspective, tattoos of today are merely ink on body as a medium; akin to oil on canvas, contrary to the idea of delinquency surfacing. Hence, I proposed a project on the character of tattoos and how tattoos do not co-relate with delinquency.

‘Mistaken’ is a photography project that revolves around people with tattoos and how each element of art on skin carries a form of character with the person. The project aims to debunk society’s point of view on tattoos of being associated with people involved in illegal dealings.

Who knew that this scholar was heavily inked? Does that mean that he’s a gangster or ex-gangster, or could it be that ink was a mere expression of who he was or he wants to be? Would it be fair to assume?


Mistaken; Tattoo Project


Mistaken; Tattoo Project


Mistaken; Tattoo Project


Mistaken; Tattoo Project


Mistaken; Tattoo Project


Mistaken; Tattoo Project


Mistaken; Tattoo Project


Mistaken; Tattoo Project


Mistaken; Tattoo Project


Mistaken; Tattoo Project


Mistaken; Tattoo Project


Mistaken; Tattoo Project

This project was done by Gabriel Aiden from Singapure, find out more about him at behance.net/aidenator.

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