Harpy II and a deep drawer

This is one of my favourite starters for this year 2021. I’m grateful for having the chance of tattooing this kind of ideas. Harpies and detailed birds are very interesting and the way they fit in our bodies is always challenging. I have drawn some of them in advanced, so don’t doubt to check out my available designs and contact me if you are interested. Your ideas and references about this particular subject are always welcomed too.
I also have some good news about three little pieces I’ve just recovered from the depths of my studio drawer. One print with a tiny mistake, an artist proof and a little original. All of them are two or more years old. Don’t doubt to check out my section at Eclipse’s online store to find out more. Remember, there is only one copy left for the prints. It’s now or never.

Thank you very much for keeping an eye on my work.

New designs

Hi there, it’s been a little since my last post. I’m back at work as usual, and after a completely different summer, new and old designs are ready to go. I’m gonna publish a sneak peek of them here before on any other media. So if you keep on following my site, you’ll have a chance to see them first. I would really like to start working on larger pieces again as before the lockdown, so my most recent drawings are ready to be tattooed on A3 size or bigger. Always ready to adapt and redesign in order to better fit your chosen body area. As I like to think, these are drafts for a much more personalized project that will end up on your skin. If any of them pleases you, there’s only one way to see them and it’s live. Write me first to check availability and come to the studio to spend as many time as you wish with the book in your hands. Easy right?

And of course, I’m also willing to tattoo some of my old small or medium sized designs. As I said, don’t hesitate to ask and come to see them live if you have the chance.

Thank you very much for being there through the past months. Write me at david@davidtejero.com if you are interested. I’ll try to publish new designs more often and always in my blog first, they look better than in instagram right?
See you at Eclipse!