Austin TX-based artist Dillon Forte recently unveiled an exciting collaboration with digital art platform Co:Create Ink.
The project launched last weekend at Art Basel, with Co:Create Ink hosting design packages from Dillon Forte and other famous artists including Katrina “Kat Tat” Collins of Black Ink Crew, Snuffy, Cleo Kinnaman, Black Symmetry, David Allen, Horimitsu, Victor Montaghini, Moni Marino, and Curt Montgomery.
Each exclusive tattoo art collection/package grants the buyer dedicated time with the artist for the tattoo application. Co:Create Ink utilizes cutting-edge blockchain technology to authenticate designs and provide a timeless digital version beyond the physical ink, offering collectors an unmatched opportunity to own and showcase these unique creations.
The collaboration with Dillon Forte will offer collectors an unparalleled opportunity to own and showcase their incredible designs.
Known for his contemporary style of Sacred Geometry in tattooing. Forte views the body as a whole, creating harmonious designs to flow seamlessly with the skin. Since opening his first tattoo studio over a decade ago, Forte has developed an incredible online following and high-profile, international client base, including Usher, Chris Hemsworth, Kat Von D, Kehlani, and members of the band Imagine Dragons.
His other notable ventures include photography, painting, fashion/tech design, murals, gallery exhibitions, and his product line Forte Tattoo Tech, a line of biodegradable tattoo supplies. Forte is available by appointment only.
Along with features in elite media outlets – Entertainment Tonight, TMZ, Inked Magazine, and Men’s Health – Forte travels extensively and has tattooed at locations like Mount Everest, Alaska, and inside an Egyptian pyramid.
Co:Create Ink is a cutting-edge digital platform transforming the landscape of tattoo artistry and ownership. Launched to bridge the gap between technology and traditional tattoo culture, Co:Create Ink offers a curated marketplace where the world’s most talented tattoo artists and enthusiastic collectors converge.