Daniel Meyer, professional blackwork, Fine Line, geometric and dotwork tattoo artist.

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About

Daniel is a German-born artist who began his career as a designer at the age of sixteen. By the age of twenty-five, he had passed his certification exam and in 2004, he started his first company, together with his brother Joel. Since then, he has worked for many renowned companies. By 2010, Daniel decided to pursue a new career path and became a self-taught tattoo artist.

His vision is to create designs for his clients that have symbolic meaning in their lives, add value, and serve as a diary of their life stories. These designs aim to reflect the client’s insights and serve as reminders, representations, and imprints of their life experiences.

Daniel’s work is strictly in black and grey, embodying his unique style through techniques incorporating fine lines and dotwork shading. The main elements of his creations revolve around natural organic textures and the mathematical precision of geometric elements, creating a counterbalance between these opposing forces.

Daniel’s work has been published in various magazines such as Tätowier Magazin, Urban Ink Magazine, TattooFest, SkinDeep, and many others both nationally and internationally. He has also appeared on television and was voted Best Tattoo Artist in Los Angeles by LA Weekly in 2015, shortly after his arrival in the United States.

Creativity is the fragrance of individual freedom.

Available Designs

Below, you’ll find a collection of my latest tattoo designs, ready to be tattooed. This design collection takes priority in my booking process, giving you the chance to get an appointment as soon as possible.

I’m particularly thrilled about this collection because many of the designs feel like a return to my artistic roots. When I first began my career, many of my tattoos centered around a concept I refer to as “split faces.” These designs typically feature animal or human faces, with one side “alive” and a skull on the other, juxtaposing the themes of life and death. The geometry and other elements are matured versions of my work from 10 years ago, incorporating a modern twist influenced by my continuously evolving sense of aesthetics and finesse.

Each design is one of a kind and will be tattooed by me only once, ensuring its exclusivity to you and that it will not be sold to others afterward.

My designs are drawn digitally, so you’ll see a 2-dimensional representation of a 3-dimensional image. Remember that an actual tattoo has a different look and characteristics, which, in my opinion, are even more appealing than the mock-up pictures. I’ve attached an example from my last collection next to a finished result as a reference.

Schedule your appointment

To book an appointment, or any other inquiries, please contact my assistant via contact@danielmeyertattoo.com

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Octopus Tattoo

TATTOO MEANING: For Kat’s Tattoo, we wanted to direct the main focus on an Octopus to cover the whole forearm, combined with sea Kelp to

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Film/Evolution

Tattoo from earlier last year Tattoo Meaning: For Jesse’s tattoo, we wanted to create a design that reflects his passion for Television and Film; he

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REC.

Tattoo from earlier last year Tattoo Meaning: For Rob’s design, we wanted to create a symbolic reminder for this day and age’s pitfalls. Technology is

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