In the second decade of the 2000s, along with classical styles, experimental tattooing directions , combining the conceptual ideas of authors and simultaneously several techniques and styles, are becoming increasingly popular.
A Taiwanese tattoo artist known as Hill found his own style in combining light abstract geometry with colored watercolor elements and orderly chaos.
Unlike of most of similar tattoo styles, Hill does not adhere to any clearly traceable patterns in his works, which does not in any way limit his freedom in designing sketches.
In the part of his works, a very logical arrangement of elements can be traced, with an easily readable general picture, while in other works art chaos reigns structured in a design that is subject to and understandable only for two: the author and the customer.
This approach is very attractive for lovers of contemporary art. First, from the client's point of view, it allows you to immerse into the tattoo the innermost thoughts and ideas that will be inaccessible to a cursory glance around. Secondly, for the master, he prompts the viewer to concentrate on the finished work to study every centimeter of the tattoo in detail, in order to understand the meaning of the author.