From a time before we could imagine tattoos were etched into the skin of Indian history. Throughout India’s tribes and different caste communities, tattoos have served myriad purposes. Some people have had ink permanently marking their skin for vanity purposes, while other tattoos have served as a representation of the various stages of womanhood, a mark of great warriors, some as protective totems in the afterlife, and some are even thought to cure certain physical illnesses.
Being a tattoo artist is today a profession that is commercially viable, and one that stands to gain a great reputation as art. Equipped with international standard equipment, ink, and experience, Indian tattoo artists on the ever-growing circuit make a name for themselves. Getting yourself inked, irrespective of whether the tattoo is big or small, is a difficult decision to make, especially if you get a permanent one, because it will last a lifetime. So you have to take all precautions and prevent any type of mess.
But if you go to Mubashir Bashir Beigh aka M
His strikingly chic concepts speak for themselves. His projects aren’t for the fainthearted though. While Mubashir has surprised the art world with his amazing art, it is encouraging to know that his work has also saved him from the depression midst. Besides being tremendously famous on social media, Mubashir also has his own studio named Mubiis Tattoo Studio, thanks to the magnificent photographs depicting his tattoo work.