German-Iranian tattoo artist Mo Ganji is back, creating more simple images with a strong impact. First featured here on A&D 7 months ago, the former fashion executive continues to surprise with his simple, seemingly one-continuous-line, ink.
"PICTURE THE WAY a little kid would draw a fish bone—the skeleton of a fish, with the skull at one end and the tail at the other. The long spine in between, it’s crossed with rib bones. It’s the kind of fish skeleton you’d see in the mouth of a cartoon cat.[...] The fish skeleton. From the first time she held a crayon, that’s what she’d draw." - Chuck Palahniuk, Diary