Last month we welcomed the incredibly talented Anthony Lennox to our Pro Team of Sponsored Artists, and we're really excited to have him on board after admiring his work for quite some time. Working from Paradise Tattoo in Wycombe, Anthony has only been tattooing for around 2 years, and although his tattooing career is still in its infancy, he's created some of the cleanest and boldest work we've ever seen.
A huge fan of the Radiant Colours range, Anthony regularly produces bright colourful neo-traditional tattoos that consist largely of dinosaurs, animals, flowers, and plenty of pop-culture references. This week we're taking a look at some of the brilliant dinosaur tattoos that Anthony has recently created.
If you're a fan of all things Jurassic then why not take a look at these amazing dinosaur tattoos?
First up, a T-Rex on roller skates. This gorgeous little thigh-piece literally has everything you could want in a tattoo, with colours that really pop.
We love this furry raptor. Don't be fooled by it's cuddly exterior though - this one is ferocious!
A stunning Tyrannosaurus Rex tattoo, that fades into some sparkly jewels.
We love this super-cool Velociraptor. The details in this piece are outstanding, and the Diplodocus at the head of the tattoo is a nice touch.
This one is such a cutie! Anthony always incorporates really well-thought out colour schemes into his work, and this one is stunning.
An icy-blue Velociraptor. We love the pink highlights here that really make this piece pop.
'Clever Girl'... This Jurassic Park piece is insane, and most definitely one of our favourites.
We're huge fans of Anthony's work, and we're sure you will be too after seeing this beautiful selection of dino-tats! If you want to find out more about Anthony and see more of his marvelous work then head over to his Instagram page @lennoxtattoo where you'll find an array of stunning colourful neo-traditional tattoos. If like Anthony you're a fan of the Radiant Colours range then head over to our website where you'll find the full collection of Radiant Colours.