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Aun a.k.a DrPain; Asian Realism from Thailand

Aun a.k.a DrPain; Asian Realism from Thailand
April 27
19:56 2017

Aun/DrPain all the way from Thailand:

Aun is a tattoo artist from Thailand, who attended 50 Shades of Ink for the second time this year.
He works out of 4eyes tattoo in Phuket and he was very happy to be back at the convention, as well as to travel Europe again. In his opinion, the convention this year was a lot better than it had been last time. It was not that it was bad last time, but Aun just enjoyed that there was a lot more people this time. Not just in regards to guests, but he also felt that there was a greater variety of international artists. But all in all, he loved the atmosphere at the convention this year, and he wants to come back to 50 Shades of Ink next year! Possibly even going to 50 Shades of Ink in Copenhagen, this fall.

His Work:

When it comes to his tattooing, he definitely shows of the diligence and precision of Asian craftsmanship, as he perfectly mixes together Asian and realistic styles. He can do anything from a traditional Japanese or Chinese style sleeve, to a photo-realistic portrait. But when Aun loves most, is mixing the realistic and Asian styles together, to form impressive tattoos where east meets west. However he does love and cherish his Asian culture, so he stays true to this in his tattoos, as he mainly does Asian motives. However, he does not shy away from other tattoos either.
One of his favorite motives to tattoo, is the Koi fish, both because he loves the image. But also because he likes the symbolism within the tattoo.

He has known Mediazink for a while through instagram. He was very pleased, when he heard he would be featured on our site. So please enjoy the following gallery of Aun and his booth.

Aun and his Booth, at 50 Shades of Ink 2017, Helsingborg Sweden:

Stay tuned for more reviews of great artists, here on Mediazink.com

Stay awesome people!

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Mads

Mads W. K.
Masters of science in Sociology (Cand. Scient. Soc.), from the University of Copenhagen, who specializes in embodiment sociology, but especially in tattoos and tattoo culture etc.

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